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How do you extract dye from woad?
Take the leaves from the base of the plant and then cut them into small pieces. Submerge the torn or cut leaves in a stainless steel pan of water and bring up to a temperature of 175F (80C). Simmer for about 10 minutes. Cool the woad dye down as quickly as possible, so that the leaves don't breakdown too much.
What are Scottish people known for?
Scottish people are also a talented, creative and forward-thinking bunch. Our little country has more than it's fair share of famous people and many of the things we take for granted today were invented by Scots. Scottish inventions include the TV, telephone, radar, penicillin and many more.
Who is the most famous Scottish person in the world?
Here's a selection of those famous Scottish people......
- Robert Burns (1759 - 1796)
- Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859 - 1930) ...
- Sheena Easton (born: Sheena Shirley Orr) (1959 - now) ...
- Will Fyffe (1885 - 1947) ...
- Kenneth Grahame (1859 - 1932) ...
- Sir Harry Lauder (1870 - 1950) ...
- Lulu (Marie McDonald Lawrie) (1948 - now)
Who is the most famous Scottish person?
100 Famous Scottish People
- Robert the Bruce (1274 – 1329) Born north of Girvan in Ayrshire. ...
- Alexander Fleming (1881-1955) Born Darvel, East Ayrshire. ...
- John Logie Baird (1888 – 1946) Born Helensburgh, in Argyll and Bute. ...
- David Hume (1711 – 1776) – Born Edinburgh. ...
- William Wallace (13th Century) Born Elderslie, Renfrewshire.
Is Lallybroch real?
Lallybroch is actually Midhope Castle, located between South Queensferry and Linlithgow on the edges of the private Hopetoun Estate. All of this is less than 10 miles from Edinburgh making this a relatively easy place to visit if you are staying in Edinburgh, Fife or the Scottish Borders.
Why are the Scots so tough?
Firstly, Scotland's geography is harsh, it is predominantly mountainous terrain and the weather is colder than the rest of the UK. Secondly, Scottish people are tough and determined fighters. ... This means that by the time the invading forces reached Scotland, they were fatigued and had stretched their supply lines.
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- What plant does woad come from?
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