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Indigo litarefni sett til að lita textíla
Indigo litarefni sett til að lita textíla
Indigo litarefni sett til að lita textíla
Indigo litarefni sett til að lita textíla
Indigo litarefni sett til að lita textíla
Indigo litarefni sett til að lita textíla
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Indigo litarefni sett til að lita textíla

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Introducing the Kremer Pigmente Indigo Set - the perfect introduction to the fascinating world of indigo dyeing. Indigo has been used for centuries to dye textiles and has a rich history dating back to ancient civilizations. With this set, you can explore the beauty and versatility of this natural dye for yourself.

The set includes all the important working materials, including 50 g of genuine indigo (#36000), 10 g of indigo made of Woad (#36003), 10 g of Japanese polygonum (#36004), 100 g of indigo leaves (#36008), 200 g of calcium hydroxide (#31820), 300 g of fructose (#63425), and 5 pieces of pH indicator stripes (#883260). With these materials, you can create a variety of stunning indigo colors on your textiles.

The set also includes a brochure with recipes for indigo dyeing. This guide offers step-by-step instructions for using the included materials to create beautiful indigo dyes on your textiles. It also includes historical information about the use of indigo as a dye throughout the ages, from ancient civilizations to modern-day.

Indigo has been used for centuries to dye textiles, from ancient Egypt and Rome to medieval Europe and beyond. In the 17th and 18th centuries, indigo became one of the most valuable commodities in the world and was used extensively to dye textiles for clothing, upholstery, and more. Today, indigo continues to be a popular dye for creating beautiful, unique textiles.

Whether you're a beginner or an experienced dyer, the Kremer Pigmente Indigo Set offers a wealth of possibilities for exploring the beauty and versatility of this dye. Order now and discover the fascinating world of indigo dyeing for yourself.