There is a process I read about ages ago, maybe in Quilting Arts, that I've always wanted to try. It's a monoprinting method.
I started with my design drawn onto tracing paper which is tacked up on the window and overlaid with freezer paper, paper side out.
Using a pencil I then traced the design onto the paper side of the freezer paper. Note that the end product will be reversed unless it is reversed at this point.
I then ironed the waxed side of the freezer paper onto a piece of white cotton fabric.
Using a brayer I rolled fabric screen printing paint onto glass and lightly laid the fabric with the freezer paper design on top, fabric down.
With a pen and being careful not to lay my hand or arm down, I traced the design.
Here is the resulting print on fabric along with a ghost print that I pulled afterwards.