Plant Forage Make vol. 2 (paperback)
Curl up with the second volume of Plant Forage Make and allow it to lift your spirits, help you slow down and reconnect with the natural world around you. Plant Forage Make is a special series of books for plant lovers and crafters.
For the second volume, themed ‘Colour’, contributors from around the world share articles, projects, recipes and ideas related to colour in nature. Make paint from foraged earth, try colourful and delicious recipes, create your own relaxing space in your garden, and lots more.
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Plant Forage Make is published by Rebecca Desnos, a natural dyer and independent publisher in the UK. Rebecca’s vision is to unite different plant crafts and explore our relationship with plants. Together, let’s celebrate plant creativity in every form.
The magazine is designed as a special little book to cherish forever.
In this edition, you’ll find the following:
- Create a restful ‘away’ space in the garden, by Victoria Stevens
- Nature printing, an interview with Latifat Apatira
- Developing a dye garden, by Liz Spencer, The Dogwood Dyer
- Reflections on motherhood & the colour blue in nature, by Katie Whittington
- Grow your own indigo & dye with the fresh leaves, by Rebecca Desnos
- Make your own watercolour paints with foraged earth, by Clara Infante
- An interview with Colleen Codekas, from Grow, Forage, Cook Ferment
- Grow butterfly pea flowers, make a colourful spiced chai, make rainbow Socca pancakes, by Tara Lanich-LaBrie
- An interview with wild weaver, Suzie Grieve, Foraged Fibres
- Dandelion pesto & violet syrup, by Harmonie O’Loughlin
- Record colour swatches in nature / start a new creative practice, Lorene Edwards Forkner
- The colours of grief, a reflective piece, by Alice Griffin
- Grow your own flowers to make everlasting (dried) bouquets, by Bex Partridge
- Create your own paper cosmos flowers, by Susan Beech
- Colourful plants and pollinators, Becky Searle
Dip your toes into the world of plants and explore lots of ways to be creative with plants.