Once you develop your technique vocabulary then you get to really play. Each "pass" of releasing the dye from the silk screen to the cloth changes as well- that's the deconstructed part - the thickened dye releases unpredictably so that each print changes until there is no dye left on the screen.
Believe me, this is a very labor intensive process. Right now I am loving it. I am amassing a collection that I will bring to Quilting By the Lake and sell the cloth at the mini-mall to all the students that attend this "quilt camp" I go to every year. Last year - there was a locust frenzy at my table!