Indigo Fun as a thank you!


I have some very special people to thank for helping me accomplish a very large goal.

I can not reveal what the actual goal was but I want to show you the fun I had getting the “Thank You” items ready.

Even though I had not been dyeing for some time due to so many other things getting in the way, I decided I could get the indigo vat ready, scrunch, tie, clamp and sew some scarves to dye!!!

First I had to get the vat ready.

IMG_3469

It was awesome.

Then I did my magic with the fabrics.

IMG_3498 IMG_3497

This scarf was folded and then wrapped around a pole.

IMG_3490

Then it was dip it in the indigo time!                                                                                              My favorite time because that is where the real magic happens.                                              The real fun is when you start unwrapping and removing the strings.

IMG_3492

This is the really cool results.

IMG_3493

David helped and we did a big bunch of scarves. IMG_3484 IMG_3483 IMG_3486 IMG_3485 IMG_3480 IMG_3479 IMG_3478 IMG_3477 IMG_3476 IMG_3500 IMG_3499 IMG_3493

I neutralized washed and dried this beautiful bundle of blue!!!

IMG_3488

Now all I need to do is press and ship to my very special “friends”.

I love giving gifts that are a part of me.

Debbie

Profile photo of Debbie Maddy

About Debbie Maddy

I am a quilt designer, fabric designer, author, lecturer and international traveling teacher. I love sewing, quilt making, jewelry making, fabric dyeing, cooking and traveling to teach. I especially like meeting new people ..... Seeing old friends.
This entry was posted in blogging, day to day, Indigo, Shibori, Uncategorized and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to Indigo Fun as a thank you!

  1. Oh my gosh Debbie you never stop and never cease to amaze me with your talent and energy. LUCKY special friends that receive these beautiful scarves…..each dye vat seems to produce more and more beautiful results. CONGRATS!

  2. Lynda Heines says:

    Beautiful! I love indigo. I need to get a bucket going. Thanks for the inspiration this morning.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *