Eco-Printing Workshop Friends of Rogers Conservation Center


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Learn to create beautiful prints on fabric using flowers, leaves, roots, and bark through a simple steaming process as well as Hapa Zome – “flower pounding.” Class begins with an hour foraging around Rogers Center to identify native plants used in transferring pigment to cloth – many of which can be found in your own backyard! Dried summer flowers from “dye gardens” may also be used to add flourish. An overview of mordants and modifiers will include an explanation of why they are necessary for bonding images on cloth and color enhancements. Participants should wear long-sleeved shirts and pants; aprons and “non-precious” clothing are suggested in case of staining.  All materials included, including a take-home fabric bag. Recommended for ages 8 and older.

Members – $15                                     
Not-Yet-Members – $18
Pre-registration is required no later than September 22.

Register with Friends of Rogers
607-674-4733   |

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Class takers will sign in before the beginning of each class as an additional proof of payment to me as a small business owner. Aptly named after a two Sarah buddy system that both attempted a “friendly fraud” to my business, in the same class. Can you believe it? It’s sadly just a new precaution for me.


If you see a charge from this site, this is what you signed up for, and this is that class.