BUAISOU Indigo-dyed fabric - 100% ramie

In a remote corner of Japan, there are a group of people who work together under the name BUAISOU who are completely dedicated to indigo. BUAISOU is comprised of a farm, dye studio, and design-studio and located in Tokushima prefecture, the historical center of indigo farming and processing in Japan. Every year they grow and harvest their own indigo, dry the leaves, and compost them. They combine this compost with wood ash lye, wheat bran, and water and use fermentation to create indigo vats. Within these vats, they dye every shade of blue, on items such as cotton fabric, sashiko thread, sewing thread, and the fabric used in their handmade pincushions.

This ramie fabric is a unique offering from Buaisou, and we have a limited supply in Dark Indigo only. Ramie (Boehmeria nivea) is a cellulose-based, bast fiber similar to linen. This cloth is absolutely stunning. The indigo glows; upon close inspection, you can see a range of blues running along each, fine thread. This fabric would make a stunning shell to wear in the hot Summer months. Create a stunning wall hanging, use BUAISOU thread to stitch patterns. Or, simply hem the two ends, and create a stunning table runner.

Material: 100% ramie
Fabric Width: 13 3/4"
Price per 1/4 yard: $16.25
Price per yard: $65.00

You can purchase fabric in 1/4 yard increments. The amount available refers to how many quarter yard increments are available.

To choose the amount you want enter whole yardage in first drop down box, partial yardage in second drop down box. Example: If you would like 3.5 yards, enter "3" in first drop down box, and "1/2" in second drop down box.