To dye silke in a sanguine colour.

Ye shall dye silke in a sanguine, as ye must in all sorts, take Allom as ye doe grening weede, then must yee take a little faire water with a little brasill, and seeth them together. Then take part thereof, and seeth the silke therein, and as that is taken out, so take another, and then the third time, & then put it in lye, and clense it, as is aforsayd.

Citation Type  Fabric Dye Recipe
Citation Year 1602