Once in a Blue Moon..... Indigo Dye Limited Edition
Last month on the Full Blue Moon, Zen Nomad teamed up with Spontaneous Atelier for our inaugural natural dye adventures. Naturally we selected Indigo natural dye for this limited run batch.
Infusing the natural dye session with the beautiful full moon intentions. Nicole set out a lovely alter to honour the indigo.
Indigo comes from the fermentation of indigo fern shrubs that grow wild in the tropics.
Then everything went into the dye pots. Everything must be eased in with the greatest of care in order to not disturb the dye.
Although when you are first drawing the items out of the indigo pot they are green, but as they are exposed to air through the oxygenation they turn to the beautiful living colour of indigo.
One of Nicole's items she had dyes previously in indigo with the newly dyed Zen Nomad items trying below.
So below are the limited edition Blue Moon indigo series now available.
So we release these Blue Moon Indigo Dyed items that infused for a month leading up to this celebration of Solstice, the longest day of the year, with love from us to you.
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