Limited edition. 3 in stock. UK 10/12/14

Seed to Closet collection.

Authentic naturally dyed indigo skirt

100% linen

Hand-dyed one by one



Naturally Dyed Linen Picnic Skirt

naturally dyed
naturally dyed

Seed to Closet collection

Limited edition 

Authentic natural indigo dyed skirt

100% Linen.

Hand-dyed one by one.

Button down front

Elasticated waist

2 deep front pockets.

Flowing style, easy and breezy. 

Your ‘go to’ skirt that goes with everything. 

Size and fit.

Uk 10,12 and 14 on the waist.

Length from front – 85cm/ 34 inches.


Wash cool in your machine 20 degrees or hand wash. Non bio detergent. Line dress. Do not tumble. Hot iron.

naturally dyed
naturally dyed
Measuring stripe width to be tied.
naturally dyed
naturally dyed
Unwrapping each stripe one by one.

A skirt with a beautifully flowing swing to wear everyday.

Made and dyed on the Tarai blue indigo farm as part of our Seed to Closet collection.

This skirt has been a style we have dreamed of creating for ages.

The process behind each skirt – 

To begin we first cut and sew the linen into the skirt. The  skirt is made first so that then the stripe can be tied in using waxed string this is so that the indigo won’t penetrate under the tightly wound string. The linen bundle is then dyed 6-8 dips in the natural tarai blue indigo vat. After each dip it is allowed to oxidize in the Uttarakhand air. Slowly the indigo hue deepens with each dip.

Once we are happy with the depth of shade we rinse in cool water and then unwind the bindings to reveal the unique stripe.

Each skirt has its own unique stripe due to the process in creating it. I love watching the reveal of unwinding each stripe – it’s always exciting.

We only have 3 of these skirts in this batch- a UK size 10, 12 and 14

If you love the style I have also listed a few undyed linen versions too, link 

This skirt has been crafted using natural indigo. Colour rub off is a natural characteristic of this process. Please avoid contact with light colours and upholstery to begin with. The indigo colour will slowly fade over time.

No two garments will look the same.

Additional information


10, 12, 14