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Charlotte Treglown

I'm Charlotte, from RIbble Recycled, based in the beautiful countryside of the Yorkshire Dales

Ecoprinting on wool

Following on from my popular ecoprinting on paper tutorial, in this course I will show you how to make beautiful prints on wool from the natural colours held within leaves. I will cover two techniques, one with and one without the use of a mordant (fixative). This is a low-cost course, the content of which would equate to a full day face-to-face workshop.

Something from almost nothing - Snippet Roll

A little textiles project using a cotton reel and snippets of fabric

Something from almost nothing - English paper piecing from scratch

You will learn how to use scraps of fabric to make a piece of hand stitched English Paper Piecing patchwork. There will be ideas for how to use your piece of patchwork, and how to modify the technique in a variety of ways.

Ecoprinting on paper - free tutorial

Participants on the Something from Almost Nothing - Book Projects course will find this tutorial within the course materials. For others, this free to download pdf gives you all the information you need to create ecoprints on paper. Ecoprinting, or botanical printing, is a process which uses heat to extract the natural colours from the leaves themselves.

Something from almost nothing - Book projects

This course will show you how to recycle old books and paper products to make unique new books, for making notes, keeping a diary, journal or a scrapbook. As well as ideas for making books, there will be suggestions of how to decorate and use them. The course has a linked facebook group for sharing your work with other participants.

Recycled fabric basket - free tutorial

Make a little basket (I like to use the French term for these - vide poche - literally 'empty pocket') from fabric strips and some twine such as baler twine

More About Charlotte Treglown

I'm a lifelong crafter and ardent recycler. I love to share with you projects that you can do from the comfort of your sofa or kitchen table, using easily found things and simple tools.