Did you know you could mimic the look of screen printing with a few simple, inexpensive supplies?
Sewing Project: Freezer paper stencils
Book: Screen your Stuff by Marion Levy
This book is actually about screen printing using contact paper instead of chemicals, but I included it in this class because it has some great patterns for printing. This class was part of a series of fabric alteration classes (screen printing, freezer paper stenciling and simple batiks). Everyone chose a design they wanted to print, then cut the design from freezer paper with a knife (or using the die-cut machine if they wanted something super fast). Iron the freezer paper to your fabric (shiny side down!), paint the exposed sections with a sponge brush and remove the freezer paper.
Hindsight Tip: Don't forget to provide drying space for the wet-paint items!
Variations to try:contact paper stenciling + die cut shapes would make this appropriate for even young children