Natural Dried Leaf Indigo Powder, US Grown
“Indigo dye” consists of natural colorants, mainly "indigotin" and "indirubin", existing in different species of indigo plants grown tropical to temperate regions in the world. Extracting dyes from these plants vary according to regions and facilities. Our natural dye mentor, Michel Garcia, recently revealed that extracting dye from dried Indigofera leaves or powder is easily done with less bulk to handle and less water and energy required.
This exciting process is demonstrated in the fourth DVD of Michel’s natural dye series "Beyond Mordants: Indigo Intensive and Direct Application of Dyes” following with a method to paint and print with fresh indigo paste directly on fabric or paper.
The 500 gm dried leaf indigo powder is grown and made in USA, yielding close to 50 gm of indigo paste which can also easily be used for an organic dye vat. Indigo can dye all natural fibers resulting in light to dark shades depending on the type of vat, amount of indigotin, and the number of dips.
For recipes on how to use dry leaf indigo powder, download our pdf
All sales are final. No returns or refunds.
Slow Fiber Studios is not responsible for lost or stolen packages. Please contact your local post office with your tracking number to resolve any issues with delivery.
USPS First Class International shipping does not include tracking service. Please use Priority Mail International or higher to guarantee tracking to the destination.
Slow Fiber Studios is not responsible for packages held or confiscated at customs. Customs may delay your package delivery significantly. Some countries may require in-person pickup or charge fees before releasing your package. The customer is responsible for any customs fees. Using Priority Mail International or higher is more likely to expedite your package.
Wholesale prices are available for select shop items. Please enquire with email@example.com for product information, prices, and terms.