How to Screen Print Hats and Caps in 10 Easy Steps!

This is a 10-Step Process that I used to screen print some workshop hats on a limited budget. Once you have a screen made, you can print your logo on shirts, bags, and other fabric items too.

Click the link below for my detailed instructions and supply list on my website. This will answer most questions you may have.

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Screen printing is a fun DIY hobby that could potentially become your own business!

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