I can't wear it but I still love it. With the right colours it can be an amazing neutral!!!!
I used it in my September Vogue Rug as binding.
Deep Dark Lavender
½ tsp Blue Violet
1/16th tsp. Blue
Wet wool with an additive such as shampoo, Jet Dry or Synthrapol to prepare it to dye. Heat a receptacle of water to dye in, for the smooth dyeing of ¼ yd use approx. 1 gallon of water. Add dye formula into the dye bath, making sure it is dissolved.
Add wool. Heat at simmer for several minutes stirring for smooth application of dye. Add in 1/32 to 1/4tsp citric acid depending how dark the colour, about 10 minutes into the process or until most of the dye is taken up. The latter is what I do. Continue heating until the water is perfectly clear or per your own directives. Rinse well, use dryer or hang to dry.
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