Here goes the good, the bad, the ugly ...
I started off by taping my image to the back of the screen. Then on the recessed side I traced my image with a pencil.
I applied drawing fluid (on the underside) everywhere I wanted the ink to flow thru. Let that dry overnight.
On the same side as I applied the drawing fluid, I squeegeed the screen filler. Just as you would flood ink on a screen. Filler is used to block out and create the stencil. This is probably where I went wrong. (See pic below) I didn't apply even pressure. The left side of the image had to much filler deposit. I was a little weary about squeegeeing to hard and taking off the drawing fluid. You only get one swipe.
The side where to much filler deposited, wouldn't rinse out. No matter how long and hard I scrubbed. I plan on buying Speed Clean to remove the bad side. Then I'll just paint the screen filler on the areas I want blocked.
Conclusion: I tried this on a large screen (23" x 30"). Next time I try something new, I'll try it on a smaller screen. Now I have a big screen to redo.