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Lime Dye is a dye primarily used for coloring wool. Lime dye cannot be harvested directly from an item, like most dyes, but instead can be crafted by adding Bonemeal to Green Dye, or can be obtained by smelting Sea Pickles in a furnace. Wandering Traders will also lime dye in exchange for an Emerald.

Uses

Shepherd Villagers have a chance to buy lime dye in exchange for an emerald.

Crafting

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Lime Dye

(Shapeless recipe)
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Lime Wool

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Bone Meal
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Green Dye
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Lime Dye
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Wool
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Lime Shulker Box

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Lime Bed

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Lime Dye
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Shulker Box
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Bed
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Lime Terracotta
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Lime Stained Glass
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Glass
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Terracotta
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Lime Dye
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Glass
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Glass
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Lime Concrete Powder
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Lime Dye
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Sand
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Sand
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Sand
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Sand
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Gravel
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Gravel
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Gravel
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Gravel


Trivia

  • Lime dye and Green Dye are commonly used for "camouflaged" leather armor.
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