Huron Blue is a new darker blue eggshell dye just introduced to Ukrainian EggCessories. It can give you variations of blue depending on the length of your dye dip. Give it a quick dip for a lighter blue or leave it in for a deep rich last colour.
Huron Blue Tip: This blue will eventually loose some of it's dark colour. Some pysanka enthusiasts will plan ahead to dye all their eggs at the same time with a fresh batch of Huron Blue Dye.
Lake Huron, one of the Great Lakes that border Canada and the United States, is known for having the largest shoreline of all the Lakes. It's named after the Huron indigenous people, also known as the Huron-Wendat nation. The Huron Blue dye expertly captures the depth, intelligence and survival of the Wendat nation. A nation of many tribes who lived on these lands hundreds of years before Europeans found the deep blue clear waters of the Great Lakes. Huron Blue also gives honour to the Huron-Wendat women who loved working with colourful beads as well as used pigments from the local plants to decorate their clothing.