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Here is a fun dye method that gives you uncommon results

Here is a fun dye method that gives you uncommon results

Fabric Paints and Markers 134560: Jacquard Acid Dye Set Yellow, Turquoise, Red And Black 743772029946 -> BUY IT NOW ONLY: $31.12 on eBay!

Fabric Paints and Markers 134560: Jacquard Acid Dye Set Yellow, Turquoise, Red And Black 743772029946 -> BUY IT NOW ONLY: $31.12 on eBay!

This unique (off the bolt) wool was dyed via the Transitional Dyeing process, which--like marbleized wool--is a simple process requiring no dye.

This unique (off the bolt) wool was dyed via the Transitional Dyeing process, which--like marbleized wool--is a simple process requiring no dye. (Not sure I'd dye with this technique but .

1 tsp dye powder, 1 tbl citric acid, 1 cup warm water = dye solution    How to make a dye stock solution to dye yarn, roving or wool top

Includes useful tip to make a record of dyes using coffee filters: 1 tsp dye powder, 1 tbl citric acid, 1 cup warm water = dye solution How to make a dye stock solution to dye yarn, roving or wool top

DELICIOUS DELPHINIUM. Merino/silk roving dyed with Dylon Fabric Dyes Bahama Blue, Ocean Blue and Intense Violet.  Totally ignored instructions and instead pre-soaked roving with citric acid, applied dye in stripes with syringes, wrapped in cling film and steamed for 30mins.

DELICIOUS DELPHINIUM. Merino/silk roving dyed with Dylon Fabric Dyes Bahama Blue, Ocean Blue and Intense Violet. Totally ignored instructions and instead pre-soaked roving with citric acid, applied dye in stripes with syringes, wrapped in cling film and steamed for 30mins.

Instructions from Dharma Trading Company - Add ¼ cup of vinegar, or 1 Tbs. of Citric Acid, per pound of dry fabric

Tub Dyeing Basics with Dharma Acid Dye

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