''Mo'' means ''pot'' and ''Hom'' is the name of the plant whose leaves are at the base of the composition of the 100% natural dyeing mixture used here. If I understood correctly, they add lemon and tamarind to it. The mixture is more green than blue and your dyed fabric will first be rather greenish but once out of the dyeing pot, under the action of oxygen, it will become more and more blue. The workshops offer you white clothes to dye and a book with dozens of designs where you can choose the one you want to do. They explain to you how to do it. From realization to the moment when you can leave with your finished, ironed and dry creation, count 2 hours. No need to make an appointment before coming unless you are a group. People there will not necessarily speak English but with gestures, they will manage to guide you. You can bring your own white clothes to dye but they must be 100% cotton and fresh new because if already washed, the dye will impregnate less well.