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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/; [email protected]; 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

40 comments so far

revolution rom
April 6, 2019

can use beet root for colour?

Gael Hillyard
April 20, 2019

Oh for goodness sake, get over yourself!

marty penner
May 6, 2019

lovely, well instructed. Love your style.

July 6, 2019

Can we come and join these events?

Miss Ish
July 19, 2019

Hahaha leaf thief! XD
This is exactly where my mind went halfway through the video – I need to steal some leaves!

Elisabeth Guglielmoni
August 16, 2019

Where do you buy the aluminium sulphate and iron solution?

Ginnie Crabtree
August 31, 2019

Yes, I would like to know more as well it was a nice video but not a lot of explanation re what liquid was in the bottle etc..

Ginnie Crabtree
August 31, 2019

Is it best to use a stainless steel pan for best results?

Princess of Fireflies
September 2, 2019

rust is natural, just use a little bit

Leah Regal
November 2, 2019

so wonderful. I hope to be like that lady when i am older

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