Merrily As We Go: Dying Jeans

Rit navy blue dye


Deep Ocean BlueWe love Indigo Blue!

Are you aware that blue jeans tend to be indigo-blue? Or that Indigo is the oldest dye regularly color fabrics? We’re witnessing this shade every-where at this time in many different habits, like ones when you look at the picture.

You can improve your clothes with Indigo in a snap with several bottles of Rit Dye. Listed below are three different custom meals we use to get a dark, intense Indigo blue.

Indigo-blue Dye Formulas from Rit Studio

1 Bottle Night Blue

½ bottle Navy Blue

3 Gallons of Liquid

1 Bottle of Denim Blue

¼ bottle of Ebony

1/4 container of deep blue

Indigo has-been dyeing fabric for centuries in India, China, and Africa in several distinct habits. A favorite structure seen frequently these days is from a fabric folding method from Japan labeled as Shibori. Fabric is collapsed into a square and then tied off with wood obstructs and sequence or rubber bands. We explain to you making that pattern in our Periscope movie on dyeing a beach hide.



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