If you’re wondering where you might be able to source the supplies you need to turn your kitchen or craft studio into a natural dye lab, worry not! I’ve compiled a handy list of natural dye suppliers from all over the world. Regardless of whether you’re looking for dry dye plants, extracts, cochineal, indigo, mordants or assists, there are plenty of options for where to find them. Many of these suppliers also do international shipping! Just remember that if you’re ordering materials from another country, you should check the importation laws beforehand and limit your shopping to dry goods (aka, avoid purchasing liquids, as they most probably won’t be allowed to be posted abroad).
The list is organised in alphabetical order, by country name. If you know of or find another supplier that isn’t mentioned, please let me know so I can add them to this list and we can all benefit from it!
Disclaimer: Some of the links in this post are affiliate links and if you go through them to make a purchase I will earn a small commission at no extra cost to you. Bear in mind that I link these companies because I believe in their offerings and NOT because of the commission I receive from your purchases. I will never partner with a brand that I don’t believe in.
- Arbid Fuentes Valdez — Indigo, Brazilwood, logwood and old fustic
- 99 4263 4535 for calls
- 99 4101 3997 for Whatsapp
- Nocheztlicalli-Museo Ecológico de Grana Cochinilla y Nopal — Cochineal, indigo, logwood and marigolds
- Tlapanochestli Grana Cochinilla — Cochineal
- Tejedoras de Zongolica — They sometimes have indigo and cochineal, ask them on Facebook
- Museo Textil de Oaxaca — They sometimes have indigo and cochineal, but you must call and ask them
- (951) 514 9256
- (951) 501 1104
- (951) 501 1617
- Farmacias Paris — Alum, soda ash and ferrous sulphate
- Stony Creek Colors
- Botanical Colors
- Dharma Trading
- Yarn tree
- Natural dyes and fiber
- Cupid falls
- Graham Keegan — Indigo
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