The woad powder is weighed and packed in a polythene grip-seal bag. The bag is then labelled and put in a second grip seal bag for extra protection. I then place the woad in a small padded envelope and post it to you First Class.
The woad vat needs spectralite or sodium dithionite and soda ash and can be used like indigo. Navigate to "Indigo" > "Indigo Dyeing" for instructions on how to dye with woad dye.
I hope you enjoy achieving beautiful blues with a dye used for thousands of years.
How to contact us:- Wild Colours natural dyes, Studio 319, Scott House, Gibb St, The Custard Factory, Gibb St, Birmingham B9 4DT, UK
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