Itajime is one of the most popular shibori (tie-dye) techniques. It literally means “wood clamping,” as dyers often use cutouts of wood or plastic board. In this video, we show...
Sarashi is a white cotton fabric used everyday in Japan for many purposes. Traditionally woven with a 35cm (1’ 2”) width, this soft light fabric is very absorbent and dries...
We asked Brooklyn-based artist, Anthony Zollo to play with our Yamato Indigo Leather Kit. Get inspired to make summer craft projects!
Easy to use
All you need is to mix Yamato Indigo with water. It instantly becomes ready to dip and use as a dye. No heating or waiting is necessary.
Yamato Indigo dyes natural materials, such as cotton, linen, silk, leather, wood, and washi paper, into a vibrant, beautiful “Japan Blue.”