A couple months ago, a friend from Texas sent me a package of “goodies”. Inside the package were dried eucalyptus leaves that are native to her area, and some Indigofera tinctoria (indigo) leaves. She also sent me a jar of homemade fig preserves. That was awfully sweet and generous of her. Thanks again, Scharine!
This post was about a recipe online about dyeing with fresh indigo leaves. This piques my curiosity to see if it gives me any color. Click here for the recipe from Indigrowingblue.com
Next, I tried this method on printing indigo leaves using heat.
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