Hand dyed organic indigo shibori sockblank. Sockweight superwash merino with nylon blend.



Deep indigo blue, hand dyed sock blank. For this sock blank I used the shibori folding technique. The dye comes from an organic indigo vat (fructose based). The skein is made out of 75% super wash Merino and 25% nylon.

Did you know that natural indigo is known for making the fiber anti bacterial, flame resistant and it repels odor, dirt and insects. Indigo dyed garnment used to be worn by the samurai because it helped wounds to recover faster.

This sockblank is so soft, it can be worn directly to the skin. It is also suitable for baby clothing. You can use this yarn for a lovely detail in a larger piece or for a smaller project. Like socks, a beany or a scarf.

The yarn is set by washing it with vinegar, but The natural Indigo used for dying this yarn will rub off a little in the beginning. This is normal and the blue can be easily removed by washing your hands.

Shipping from The Netherlands

Ready to ship from the Netherlands.


14 days cooling off period

We will grant you 14 days to judge if your purchase is satisfactory. Within this period you can return the product. You can take a close look at the product just like you would do in a shop and test if it lives up to your expectations. If you have your doubts whether you can still change your product then please contact us on etsy@e-liza.nl

If you are not all satisfied with the product then please return it to us in the original packing and unused. You can read below how to handle. We will refund your money including the original delivery costs within 14 days. You only have to pay yourself for the return shipment.


Did you know....

- I am a trained graphic designer and a registered community mental health nurse. I combine my knowledge and experience to make beautifull, happy items.

- Every item I sell is hand made by myself. Thats why I can guarantee every item is unique and made with love and attention to details.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Care instructions

Please keep in mind that wool based products should not be ironed or tumble dried and should only be hand or gently washed.