Fibers that are derived from plants, including cotton, hemp, linen, jute, etc.
The transfer of dye from processed fiber onto other surfaces.
This is a dye technique that removes agitation from the process, and allows for organic patterns of extreme tonal variation to form on yardage.
A dyeing technique that immerses a completed garment in the dye bath.
A mordant or dye fixative is a substance used to set dyes on fabrics.
pH neutral soap-
A gentle soap that helps preserve color and luxurious hand feel of natural fibers.
A dyeing technique that immerses whole pieces of yardage in dye, which is then sent to the factory for sewing.
Fibers that are derived from animals, including silk, wool, mohair, cashmere and alpaca.
A required prewash we preform on all fiber before being naturally dyed.
Dyeing technique used for yarns.
Due to the organic process of natural dye, a piece of fiber that is dyed solid may develop areas that are darker or lighter in tonality.PFD (Prepared for Dyeing)- A fabric or garment which is prepared for dyeing, abbreviated PFD, is specially made to be dyed. PFD fabrics have been desized, scoured, and fully bleached, but have been processed without optical brighteners or softeners which can interfere with dye uptake.