home study eco printing
This exciting, online home-study course teaches you how to eco print foraged leaves and flowers on to fabric. Eco printing is a wonderful technique that records the unique signature of foliage on cloth, creating a lasting record of a time and place.
You'll discover the secrets to long lasting results, play with numerous bundling techniques and create zero-waste garments using your samples.
You'll learn more about the fascinating history and ancient heritage of the craft you're preserving while considering the ecological benefits.
Delivered via video and written tutorials that you can instantly download and keep forever, this course is packed full of content to help you feel qualified, confident and inspired to begin eco printing.
- discover key equipment and tricks of the trade
- learn how to safely identify and forage appropriate plants
- create beautiful fabric and paper samples
- use iron and dye blankets
- create discharged and multi-coloured prints
- try 6 different fabric bundling techniques
- get clear prints WITHOUT plastic!
- discover how to grow your own dyes
- make zero-waste garments from your samples
If you've been wanting to slow down and immerse yourself in this earth-loving craft, this course also offers simple yoga, breathing and meditation techniques to help you tune in to the healing rhythm of nature.
You'll have the opportunity to:-
- 20+ hours of video and written tuition all available to download and keep forever (equivalent to a 3 day workshop)
- fun practical projects that build lifelong skills
- consider historical and ecological contexts
- gain 1 year's access to the classroom
- membership to our natural dye forum with over 10K members
- certificate of achievement upon completion of practical projects
- taught by a qualified textiles teacher
"Thank you Justine. I have no hesitation in recommending this course to anyone thinking of taking up ecoprinting. It has been amazing, enlightening and oh so much fun!" (Course Graduate)
(Work above and below shown with kind permission of past students, Alex Lowman, Maria Muscarella, Judy Lemezis, Joaquina Novieta Tourisia, Alison Roberts, Tatiana Sarasa, Jo Smith, Bunchy Casey, Sue Green and Sue Walsh.)