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This module of Living Colour guides you through different methods of eco-printing on fabric prepared with a soy milk binder. If you want to get brighter, longer lasting eco-prints on plant-based fabric, soy milk is the answer!

Each week I demonstrate a specific technique in a video lesson. There are also written notes and photos to supplement your learning.

You will learn about:

  • Choosing and preparing cotton, linen and nylon
  • Which leaves to eco-print with
  • Making and using soy milk binders and iron mordants
  • Making and using iron and dye blankets
  • Cooking bundles in a dyebath

The techniques you learn can be mixed and matched to provide endless possible results.

You will have ongoing access to all course materials so you can work through it at your own pace and keep coming back for more inspiration.

The lessons in this module are taken from the larger Living Colour eco-printing ecourse. Click here if you prefer to enrol in the full ecourse rather than just the soy milk binder module.

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Please note that the price below is in Australian Dollars and will be converted to international currencies during the checkout process.


Admin bar avatar Louise Upshall

Hi, I am the artist and maker behind Gumnut Magic. I love sharing my techniques and tips for getting beautiful, clear eco-prints on cotton, wool and paper. Eco-printing is a practise that has given me so much: A way to connect with the land around me. A way to be creative that is earth-friendly and sustainable. And the deep bliss and magic of unwrapping each fabric bundle to reveal the colours and textures left by those particular leaves. I love introducing people to this magic through my ebooks and ecourses.