I love the look of indigo. The process of immersing fabric into a dark vat, removing it and watching the oxidization is magical! Over the long weekend this summer, I spent 2 days indigo dyeing in our garage.
Some of my favorite results are the twelve cotton dinner napkins I dyed. Two sets of napkins were folded and clamped to create Itajime shibori designs. The other set of four were twisted and tied to create a circular nui shibori pattern.
These napkins were folded and clamped with a rectangular resist while those below were clamped with a square.
These are a lovely 100% cotton fabric that press easily. Please contact me if you are interested in purchasing any of these. Each set of four 19″ square napkins are different patterns, but, they mix and match beautifully if you require more!