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Log in through the main menu above, then select the ‘courses’ tab in your profile. Click on the course you want to begin, then choose any lesson to get started. To track your progress through each course, click the ‘complete’ button at the bottom of each lesson as you go.
The main processes or techniques are taught through video lessons. There are also extensive written notes and photographs to supplement your learning. Through our private Facebook group, you will be part of an online community of eco-printers. It’s a place to ask questions, learn from each other and celebrate your successes. There is also email support if you need it.
It’s not secret that eucalyptus leaves are my favourite. But all of my ecourses also cover a range of other leaves for eco-printing, including maple, rose and blackberry.
In the Intro to Cotton module, I also guide you in how to choose and test additional plants that might have eco-printing potential. And this course includes a free PDF of my ebook, The Leaf Guide: 25 plants for eco-printing on cotton, to give you inspiration for a range of plants to try.
The content of the Intro to Cotton module overlaps with this ebook and my workshops, although there is some new content too. All the other modules cover new techniques that I haven’t shared elsewhere. For example – different mordants and binders, dye blankets and iron blankets, additional ways to fold bundles, and methods of combining eco-printing and shibori techniques on both wool and cotton.
The Iso Dye Club has some overlap with my Plant Poetry ebook, but there is new content too.
No, you will have continual access to the course material for as long as each ecourse exists, so you can work through it at your own pace.