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Sumac

FA-258

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Almost all parts of a sumac plant can be used for dyes – Native Americans extracted pigments from the leaves, twigs, berries, and pith of woody trunks, as well as from the bark and roots.

Description

  • Function: Dye
  • Form: Powder
  • Application: Cellulose, Silk, Wool
  • Color: Yellow to Brown
  • Typical Use Rate: 15-40% Weight of Fiber
  • Source: Bark of the Sumac Tree
  • Package Size: 100g
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$14.99
Description

Almost all parts of a sumac plant can be used for dyes – Native Americans extracted pigments from the leaves, twigs, berries, and pith of woody trunks, as well as from the bark and roots.

Description

  • Function: Dye
  • Form: Powder
  • Application: Cellulose, Silk, Wool
  • Color: Yellow to Brown
  • Typical Use Rate: 15-40% Weight of Fiber
  • Source: Bark of the Sumac Tree
  • Package Size: 100g

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