A run of tea towels I printed last week.
The silk screening thing snuck up on me, as my plan was to stencil everything. I think I saw stenciling as a sort of compromise between block printing and screen printing; I'd still be able to use individual units to compose the pattern while printing, but I'd be able to see where to place them very accurately, and be able to lay more ink down than I can with blocks. I struggled with stenciling both neatly and quickly, though. After spending more time printing than I'd meant to, something snapped - and I taped the stencil to a screen.
Most of these went to fill an order, but I'll try to get some in my shop soon. Photographing and listing on Etsy currently has to take a backseat to illustration; due to some rather bad planning I'm working on three different books this week.
I'll be cutting a big stencil for the star prints, to be able to print the whole towel in one swipe. But I'll still have to use individual stencils to do this: