We've talked about material, mordants, leaves, and now we are on to the cooking process. The first step is getting the leaves and the material into the pot. The rule is that the leaves and the material need to be in firm contact. After that rule almost anything goes.
Colour Ecology has a very nice post with pictures and instructions for bundling. Kathy Beckett just finished a workshop with India Flint and had to try and document her attempt.
Colour Ecology folds her between boards then clamps them.
Becca Imbur also rolls and ties. Notice the top one that looks like it maybe has a catalpa seed pod sticking out or it might just be a stick.
Threadborne wraps hers with copper to get that blue green color.
Lynda at BloomBakeCreate has been a guest artist on the Fire blog. She has a nice post on eco-printing and two different types of bundles. Notice she is also using a copper pipe to wrap her fabric around and then is printing on paper with her flat bundle.