Logwood Extract (Campeche) - comes from the heartwood of the Bloodwood Tree (Haematoxylum campechianum) which is found in Mexico, Central America, Columbia, Venezuela and the Guyanas. ]Belize grew out of 17th century logging camps. Today Logwood dye is an important source of haematoxylin, used in histology for staining slides.
Powdered Extract Grey Lavender to Blue Purple Requires a mordant (Alum) Add Iron to make Black PH sensitive Instructions for use included
How much dye to purchase: All natural dyeing is based on wog or wof - weight of goods or weight of fabric Here is the formula for the Logwood Extract to dye 1lb of fabric.
Logwood works best on protein fibers but can also be used on cellulosic fibers For 1 pound of silk, wool or cotton
4 Teaspoons or .70 ounce (20 grams) for dark 2 ½ Teaspoons or .44 ounce (12.5 grams) for medium 1 slightly heaping teaspoon or .17 ounce (5 grams) for light
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