Duvall weaving the beginning of a new piece that includes indigo and black walnut-dyed linen. Indigo is “one of the easier ones to manipulate, in terms of depth of color, because it’s all about how many dips you do, so you can build up color fairly easily,” says Duvall, who also uses it in combinations to get a “really dark black.”
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Duvall weaving the beginning of a new piece that includes indigo and black walnut-dyed linen. Indigo is “one of the easier ones to manipulate, in terms of depth of color, because it’s all about how many dips you do, so you can build up color fairly easily,” says Duvall, who also uses it in combinations to get a “really dark black.”