I finally got my act together and produced the long-planned Hitchcock Scarf design, building a brand new one-color press, testing a new style of silkscreen, and experimenting with printing a halftone gradient pattern.
So far these are getting a tremendous response, and the pinstripes in particular are flying like crows! Thanks to my friends at Dallas' Kettle Art gallery for their support and enthusiasm, modeling them with style!
The hand-printed scarves are available in limited quantity at the gallery and in my Etsy Store in black, pinstripe, and limited luck-of-the-draw distressed varieties.
(This time around, I found that the quality of print and reliability of the stencil was greatly improved by using a pre-stretched aluminum silkscreen frame as opposed to a hand-stretched wooden frame. The improved tension across the screen prevented some issues I previously had with inconsistent print quality and ink smearing. Self-teaching myself the process has been challenging, but also quite rewarding. Getting better all the time!)