Logwood Chips– This logwood yields a brilliant purple from sustainably managed plantations. Logwood was the color that incited naval battles between Spain and England as each country struggled to control the logwood forests in Central America as it was a source for rich purple and black colors that were unobtainable from other dyewoods. The symbol of Belize includes logwood harvesters and the region is renowned for its exceptional logwood. The logwood is in sawdust form and may be used repeatedly until the color is exhausted. Sold in 100 gram quantities and includes instructions.
- 100 g of logwood sawdust will dye approximately 600 grams (24 ounces) of fiber a deep shade with enough dye leftover for exhaust baths.