I saw a video on this on U Tube last weekend - it looked like a fascinating technique.
So I folded and snipped away at pages from the Guardian Weekend magazine (I did this earlier in the week) and then stuck them to my screen with masking tape.
I used a decent System 3 paint, and a cheap acrylic from The Works. They both worked just as well.
I used newspaper to pad the work surface and then a piece of calico as a new drop cloth. The first pull adheres the paper to the screen. The video reckoned about 8 -10 pulls per screen with paper. I used it 7 times, after which the edges were beginning to get a bit 'soft and raggedy' and I was loosing the crisp out line of the images.
The last image shows a print done on a piece of previously dyed Evolon fabric.
And just as a contrast, earlier in the week I used cut paper as a stencil and used a markal paint stick on a piece of dry powder coloured paper (the dry powder was applied while the gesso was still wet)