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Natural Indigo Shibori Linen Scarf - Soft, linen scarf dyed in a natural indigo dye vat. I use a fructose fermentation vat with natural ingredients. The linen has been dyed in indigo with a traditional itajime (shape resist) shibori technique using circles to create a repeating pattern. Scarf has been dipped multiple times to achieve a deep indigo blue tone. The edges have been finished with a 1/2 inch seam allowance to allow for a natural but controlled fray.

Natural Indigo Shibori Linen Scarf - Soft, linen scarf dyed in a natural indigo dye vat. I use a fructose fermentation vat with natural ingredients. The linen has been dyed in indigo with a traditional itajime (shape resist) shibori technique using circles to create a repeating pattern. Scarf has been dipped multiple times to achieve a deep indigo blue tone. The edges have been finished with a 1/2 inch seam allowance to allow for a natural but controlled fray.

Saç dökülmesini önler, #egzama ve #sedefhastalığı gibi cilt hastalıklarına iyi gelir. #Pancar faydaları için resme TIKLAYIN

Saç dökülmesini önler, #egzama ve #sedefhastalığı gibi cilt hastalıklarına iyi gelir. #Pancar faydaları için resme TIKLAYIN

Whether you're a curious hiker or nervous camper, leaf identification is a useful skill to have. Learn how to identify different types of non-poisonous and poisonous leaves, like poison sumac, sugar maple, poison oak, gingko, and poison ivy. 27 Leaves Eve

Use this guide to identify different leaves you may encounter while camping or hiking. Do you know what poison oak, poison ivy, and poison sumac look like?

Do you know what poison sumac looks like?

Use this guide to identify different leaves you may encounter while camping or hiking. Do you know what poison oak, poison ivy, and poison sumac look like?

Dharma Fiber Reactive Procion Dyes

Poster Sized Color Chart of all of our 130 current Fiber Reactive (Procion) Dye colors on cotton. This is a great addition to a basket makers toolkit when beginning to dye reed for baskets.