What you will need:
An old, wooden frame (£1 from a charity shop)
A piece of netting/gauze fabric (£1 from scrap bucket at Linen Direct)
A stapler and staples (£1 from Poundland)
Duct tape/water-resistant tape (£1 from Poundland)
Remember, many of these things you might already have at home, others can easily be found at Pound shops or charity shops - specialist equipment is never necessary!
Remove the backing/glass from your frame, as well as any attachments on the back.
Cut your fabric a few centimetres wider than your frame.
Using a stapler to fasten the fabric to the frame. Start with a staple in the middle of one edge, then stretch the fabric until it is a tight as possible and staple opposite. Keep going until the fabric is taut over the frame like a drum.
If needed, use a hammer to flatten the staples - the surface needs to be as flat as possible.
Cover the frame and fabric edges with duct tape to protect the wood. And there you go - a screen ready to use for printing!
(Pinned to the Showtime Stitches 'Tutorial' board on Pinterest - click here)