CLASS FULL – Introduction to Eco-Printing

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Create vivid patterns on fabric using foliage and other elements from nature. This simple, eco-friendly dyeing technique uses a direct contact printing method, drawing out pigments from plants to make interesting and sometimes surprising designs on fabric. Transform plain silk scarves into beautifully printed, one-of-a-kind pieces. You’ll go home with two silk scarves!
Participant Materials and Requirements: All materials provided, but it is recommended that you bring some leaves to experiment with various outcomes. Blackberry leaves, oak, maple, hydrangea, hazelnut, walnut, red rose bush leaves, onion, birch, buttercups, salmon berries, Japanese maple, walnut, ferns, chestnut, and eucalyptus are all know to produce beautiful results.

About the Instructor: Diane Lundberg has been eco-printing for eight years, exploring the outdoors and enjoying the unexpected beauty that nature can give us. This is her first time teaching a class at Ragfinery. 




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