The craze of natural dyeing continues. I started with a skein made out of flick-carded Romney locks that I spun into a lace weight 2-ply. I dyed it with cochineal but there was a problem. The dye didn't take up where I had the ties in the skein. Also, there was a few dark gray spots on the yarn from me not cleaning the pot well. To fix the situation I dipped half of the skein in a tin mordant and heated it. (I had to tie up half the skein so it didn't fall in the dye bath.) Then I added some left over logwood dye liquid to the tin water. After a little time in the heat, the yarn turned bright purple magenta.