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Digital Subscriptions > Kitchen Garden Magazine > 263 - August 2019 > UNDER THE HAMMER


Flower pounding is fun, says Stefanie Hafferty. It’s also a simple way of making flower and leaf prints, a lovely way of using natural materials to create beautiful botanical images

Flower pounding is a magical process: using natural materials each impression will be a little different from the last. Some images are almost perfect replicas of the lower; others give more of a creative impression of the plant matter. Use it to preserve the summer garden, create holiday memorabilia, make unique gifts and other crafts including collages, bookmarks, table cloths, gift cards, wrapping paper, napkins and framed prints. It is fun to enhance your creations with water colours or pencils. Some artists have used embroidery and quilting on hammer printed fabric.

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Welcome to Kitchen Garden Magazine! In this issue: TRIED AND TASTED – PEA ‘SWEET SAHARA’ KG editor Steve Ott brings you his verdict on this recently introduced mangetout THE BEANS OF YOUR DREAMS Sue Stickland travels to Warminster to meet a grower with a passion for heritage beans VEG OF THE MONTH – ORIENTAL CROPS ✪ Our top tips for success with oriental crops – mainstay of the autumn veg garden And much more!