Fermentation in the Madder vat…

During Felicity’s residency at MoKS, Madder roots grown in Berkshire in the UK were used to dye Estonian wool from Kihnu sheep.

After a day or so of hanging around, being red, and soaking all its scarlet/red shades into the Kihnu sheep wool, the dyebath started to fizz.

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