I rippled it and now I like it better!
I scanned the image into my computer (to be manipulated in Photoshop Elements).
I also found some cool looking netting that I rippled and made an image of.
There are steps you can do in Photoshop Elements to make the image clear, dark and with good line definition before bringing it to a lazer copy. Here is the original copy which I put in PE for manipulation.
The first thing I did was to make an "auto color correction" under enhance. There is still not enough strong line definition to make a good screen.
Next I hit enhance, adjust color and then remove color which will make it into a black and white but still not enough definition.
Next I went to filter, sketch and then photocopy which gives an even-ness to the image but still not dark enough.
Then came enhance, contrast, color correction and remove color...and I think it looks good now...will make a good screen. In order to use this image on my Thermofax, I had to make a lazer copy of it at an office supply store. The special screening used in a Thermofax will only react with the toner used by lazer copiers.