*the indigo dye kit I used is here. Full instructions are included. One kit was enough to do a ton of cloth. It lasts a few days properly stored in cool temperatures.
*the more tightly the cloth is bound, the whiter those parts will be.
*the color is much lighter when dry.
*I found that washing with detergent after the initial rinse faded the color a bit (even on cold wash) so I did a cold wash without detergent, dried in the dryer, then ironed on the hottest setting to set the color. After that, I washed with detergent.
|Trippin on oxidizing indigo.|
|My boy, Teddy. This is what happens every time I lie something out on the bed.|
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