i bought 2 packages of white onesies and first dyed them with procion dyes. That in itself was an adventure- trying to keep the 3 kids away from the dye powder and the dyebath.
as for the screenprinting... i really drove myself crazy. i started off with the embroidery hoop and the mod podge, but quickly realized it wasn't for me. so off to the art store for some photoemulsion- only problem was i didn't want to have to reclaim screens. my husband made me a little frame out of maple and i used curtain sheer fabric as the mesh. i just stretched it over the frame as you would stretch a canvas and secured it with binder clips. in the "questions and discussion" forum someone posted a... dismissive reply to my question about using sheer fabric for a screen, but it really worked out very well. after i'm done with a screen i just lay it flat and then i can re-use it any time.
i got these particular images from fotosearch. i'm going to try my hand at drawing them, though- i posted these pics on a parenting site i frequent and a few mamas said they'd like to buy some. i can't sell fotosearch's images though, so now i need to learn how to draw...
the images, unfortunately, aren't mine- since i had no intention of selling, i used clip art.
but thank you - the chicken and the carrot are my favorites, even though after i dyed the onesies yellow, i thought- "ugh! yellow! what was i thinking?!?" then i added the orange ink and they grew on me. i printed a carrot onesie for my 9 month old as well.