Lu Dani is a handwoven fair trade rebozo where the traditional and contemporary textile art meets. Made with natural indigo plant dye.

Carefully woven of thick 100% cotton threads with white and indigo blue threads.
The blue areas are wider on the edges and fade towards the center.

Threads are hand dyed so the forms on each rebozo vary slightly and each piece is unique. The texture is pretty thick and has a grasp in it.

Lu Dani - On the Mountain in Zapotec language.

An excellent garment to add to your outfit and to wrap yourself in. Makes also a great table sheet. 

Available on both shorter and longer lengths. 


About the Dye:

Indigo - Indigofera Suffruticosa- is a native plant to Mexico. Our indigo dye comes from the Istmo region of Oaxaca and is produced by a family that still preserves the knowledge of the alchemy how to create the plant dye. The blue color that fascinates people from different cultures is also called as 'the king of dyes'.  The plant belongs to pea family and makes the plantation soil better. In traditional medicine it is known to have also many balancing activities.


100% cotton
· handwoven
· natural dyes
· hand dyed yarn





Rebozo is a handwoven shawl used in the Mesoamerican traditions for many purposes, and it’s a vital companion of the woman during her whole life.

Measures Approximately:
Length: 2m +  fringes 8 cm each/ 79 inches + 3.1 inches fringes

Width: 70 cm / 27.6 inches

fair trade




Washing instruction:

    • Wash Separately 
    • Hand wash/ Delicate Wash
    • Water 30-40 ºC
    • Mild (neutral) Liquid Soap 
    • Dry in Shade, Hang Dry 
    • Iron Damp On Low
    • No Bleach, No Tumble Dryer
    • You can use softener if you want


  • Keep natural dyed products out of direct sunlight. When drying outside please dry in a shaded area.
  • Please make sure detergent or soap does not come into direct contact with the dyed material. Dissolve in water first.
  • Do not use bleach. Some household detergents contain bleach so please check before use.
  • Please be careful around acids, most of the dyes can react to acid.
  • It is possible some of the dyes will change color when they come in contact with iron or copper while wet.


Handwoven apparel are artisan crafted by hand from start to finish and might change slightly in size or color, contain some weavers knots, pulls or other signs about handwork. The color of naturally dyed textiles is not always equal on the whole fabric but can be darker or lighter in some parts, it can also fade when washed. Each thread dyeing and weaving also creates slightly different piece, so each cloth is unique.