The main pattern on the chuppah cover has been waxed. Now what? It can be just what it is....that is, dyed a beigey off white with the pattern in white (the brown wax will hold the dye off the areas where it appears) or I can attempt to add another layer of image with tannin based dyes. The very low contrast aim of this cloth makes the tannin step problematic. It could just be a waste of time, because tannin resists are quite pale and may not show against the dyed background. However, if they do work they will add another dimension to the design. If I don't do it now, it won't happen at all. I have put the cloth (and some test pieces) back into mordant and I will try out some possibilities after it has had time to soak in.