Natural/Solar Dye – Pokeberries

An index card on white table. On the left side the information detailed on this web page for pokeberries is handwritten in black ink. On the right side is stapled a yarn sample in a brown grey color.
  • 19.59 g BFL tweed
  • 1.7 g alum (8%)
  • 4 clusters of poke berries

9/10/19 – Put pokeberries in clear container and smash. Add water and wet wool. Put in sun.

9/20/19 – Add alum to mixture and sit is sun for one week.

Wash and rinse.

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