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Eco Printing ~ by WoodlandsTV

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Here in the woods at Bentley Woodfair, textiles expert, Mo Jackson, shares her knowledge and passion for experimenting with the unpredictable art of eco printing. Mo talks through the processes with enthusiasts Emma and Katie: from the importance of choosing leaves containing the most tannin (such as rose, sycamore and Japanese maple), to the use of mordants to fix this natural dye, through to the varying visual effects created by the use of different fabrics and equipment. http://mofeltart.weebly.com/; thewoollyumbrella@gmail.com; http://www.bentley.org.uk/
An Adliberate film http://www.adliberate.co.uk for WoodlandsTV http://www.woodlands.co.uk/tv

Posted in: Craft, Traditional Skills ~ On: 19 January, 2018

10 comments so far

MrSkooty1968
January 19, 2018

Excellent!!

Vanessa DeCoursey
January 19, 2018

Fun!!!

ironhorse19
January 19, 2018

What a wonderful lady many thanks for sharing

Trees woods & forest gardens - agroforestry arboriculture
January 19, 2018

Great video as always, fascinating to learn something new from someone so knowledgeable, thanks to all.

Ashwin Kumar
January 19, 2018

That's wonderful

rustybuttpate
January 20, 2018

Very cool. I can't wait to try this although I'm gonna call it Eco Tie-Dye 🙂 .

alaskankare
January 23, 2018

Is there a natural liquid you can use to fix it?

Thomas Aiello
January 27, 2018

Very Interesting, Thumbs up!

Rest Galaxy
January 27, 2018

Very Interesting, Thumbs up!

Atlas genesis
April 22, 2018

26/5000
I always see using vinegar.
(Sorry if English is wrong, I'm in Brazil.)

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