Wool yarn natural dyed 100 m, white
Wool yarn can be dyed with a variety of plant and natural materials. This type of dyeing is environmentally friendly and gentle on the wool fibers, making it a great option for anyone looking to achieve beautiful, natural colors in their yarn projects. Natural dyed wool yarn can be used for any project that requires wool yarn, from knitting and crocheting, weaving and other textile work.
In the Middle Ages, wool yarn was dyed with a variety of, for example, plants and flowers. Each natural product gave a different color, ranging from red to blue to yellow. Medieval dyers often experimented with different combinations to create new colors.
Medieval dyers often created intricate patterns by weaving different colored yarns together. By carefully selecting the natural fabrics used to dye the yarn, they were able to create a wide variety of colors and patterns.
Details wool yarn natural dyed 100 m, white:
Material: wool (historically dyed) on wooden spool
Thickness of wool: about 1 mm
Dye (color): Natural (white), reseda (yellow), reseda + woad (light green and dark green), dyer's madder (red), cochineal (pink-red), dyer's woad (light blue and dark blue), walnut (brown), gall apple (dark brown)
Please note: Natural dyed wool yarn may still give off color or change due to various influences, such as crocheting or knitting or sunlight.
Scope of supply: 1 coil of wool yarn naturally dyed 100 m, white