This is one of the final projects I did for #ecoprintclassof2017 immersion by @thewilddyery, a wonderful teacher who've shared not only about ecoprinting techniques but beyond that she encouraged us to think (and feel) deeply as we learned in the process, and that includes on ecological aspect.
Originally the idea is to make a zero waste dress made of all the ecoprint samples we made during the immersion, but since I still breastfeed my daughter until a year more or so, I decided to alternate by making an outer instead, to cover many of my nursing tops. With a help from @atlauu in sewing it, the outer fits perfectly!
I proudly call this a Healing Outerwear. It is made of silk, and the ecoprint contains beautiful -- some are medicinal -- plants like hibiscus, rose, sea almond, castor bean, eucalyptus, golden thryallis, fern, ylang-ylang, marigold, nandi flame, onion skins and firecracker, with morinda, turmeric, indigo and avocado stones dye bath.
Here's a closer look of the zero waste outer. You might have seen me wearing it while dancing in my previous post 🌿💐❤