The dyes used to colour our yarn (and scarves) have all been derived from various plants, vegetables and fruits: pomegranate; marigold; Indian madder, among others. These dyes are non-toxic and harmless for your skin.

We source our dyestuff from Sam Vegetable Colours Pvt. Ltd., a company in Moradabad, India, who have been making natural dyestuff since 1994.

The dyestuff GOTS certified (GOTS-C 845056-01.2016).

Using these organic dyestuff, we dye yarn in small batches in our own facility - except indigo, because it is notoriously difficult to get a deep shade with organic indigo on Eri silk.

For indigo and black, we have found a partner in BioDye India Pvt. Ltd., an amazing company in Konkan region in western India.


Turkey red is made from the roots of Indian madder. It is one of the oldest dyestuffs known…

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Smoke Grey is obtained from Anchusa Officinalis, a beautiful plant with blue flowers which produces a great deal of nectar for pollinators…

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Lac yields colors from crimsons to burgundy reds to deep purples. It is sourced from the resinous secretion of the insect Laccifer lacca…

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Indigo can give clear blues that range from the tint of a pale sky to a deep navy that is almost black…

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Cutch or catechu is a dyestuff extracted from a syrupy liquid of the Acacia catechu tree…

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Eco orange is made of Indian madder and skin of pomegranate. As the name suggests, we use it to make two shades of orange…

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Blood red is a combination of Indian Madder, Rubia Cordifolia, and Soapnut, Sapindus, roots and bark…

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