Logwood Chips

Logwood Chips Logwood in this form yields a brilliant purple from sustainably managed plantations. Like cochineal, logwood was one of the valuable dyes from the New World. As a result,...

Rich Purple Logwood

We are carrying a specialty grade Rich Purple Logwood that yields a brighter, deeper and richer purple shade, especially on wool and silk fibers. Rich Purple Logwood Extract – Logwood...

Logwood Extract

...lush with logwood trees in an effort to control the lucrative logwood dye trade. Logwood yields a rich, deep purple and was used as a base or “bottom” for the...

Logwood Chip Instructions

...shades, logwood quickly became a coveted color for the wealthy. Logwood chips are from the dense heartwood of the logwood tree, which grows in Central America and parts of the...

Natural dye recipes without Logwood Grey

...don’t use this color. I’ve also stopped offering it for sale on the site. If you still want to use Logwood, make your own Logwood Grey using Logwood Purple from...

FEEDBACK FRIDAY: This Week in Natural Dye Questions

...create very dark shades, so some experimentation might be in order. I want to try logwood for the first time. What is the difference between the special logwood (is it...

Logwood Ink

...and turning them into beautiful inks would be a perfect fit. Judi created a Logwood ink that yield a lovely blue violet shade. She used our Logwood extract , a...

Easy Eco-print instructions

...mordant and dye, and have fun experimenting! Good eco-print dyestuffs Osage orange Whole Madder Root Ground Madder Root Logwood Chips Cochineal Insects Other fun things to print with Marigold Flowers...

FEEDBACK FRIDAY: This Week in Natural Dye Questions

...is mordanting with alum and tartar and then try logwood at 3% wof. Logwood extract Can one use your indigo and other botanicals in soap making? I’m looking for a...

FEEDBACK FRIDAY: This Week in Natural Dye Questions

...Logwood is considered one of the least lightfast dyes. My experience is that logwood fades if I use very low percentages of alum, or if my fiber is not super...