Another way to make wooll a faire red.

When as your wool is made red after the first maner, then shall ye cast away that licour that is in the kettle, and put into it faire water, and put thereto the cruse full of faire made lye of common ashes, and therein put also an ounce of Allom, then as soone as it beginneth to seeth, put therein your wooll, and stirre it well therein four or fiue Pater noster whiles, then take it forth and wash it, and so you shall haue your wooll a faire color. This maner of dying is after the order of Dorneke in Flaunders.

Citation Type  Fabric Dye Recipe
Citation Year 1602