- Wear rubber gloves and protective clothing.
- Cut rhubarb leaves into small pieces and place in a large dyepot filled with water.
- Simmer for 2 hours, covered. Avoid vapor inhalation.
- Strain the mordant liquid, removing the leaves.
- Place clean, wet wool into the rhubarb mordant liquid and simmer 1 – 2 hours.
- Allow the mordant to cool before removing the wool.
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