This heavily pigmented dye is guaranteed to penetrate leather and form a lasting color which will not peel, crack, or wash off. Angelus dyes can also be diluted for desired color results. Excellent for use in manufacturing or re-coloring saddles, tack, shoes, belts, purses, wood and more. Also used by gourd artists. Available in a 3 oz. jar and includes a wool dauber.
Jacquard Acid Dyes produce the brightest, most brilliant colors possible for protein fibers such as silk, wool, cashmere, alpaca, feathers and nylon. Used for yarn and garment dyeing (immersion method) or for painting and printing applications (using steam setting), these colors can be mixed to produce practically any color in the spectrum! Extremely brilliant and colorfast, they are very easy to use and produce a uniform dye job. A half ounce bottle will color up to two pounds of fiber depending on the depth of shade.
Minerals in untreated, hard water can interfere with dye reaction. Calgon is a water softener which neutralizes metallic ions in tap water, allowing for a deeper, more level dyeing. It is also used to soften the water in marbling and other textile arts where minerals might interfere with the process.
Cochineal is among the most ancient and versatile natural dyes on the planet. It has excellent light and washfastness properties and produces a beautiful range of reds, scarlets, violets, fuchsias and purples. Permanent on all natural fibers, cochineal is often used with a mordant such as alum. The color (carminic acid) comes from the bodies of female insects of the species Dactylopius coccus. These parasitic insects are farmed on the prickly pear cactus (nopal), which is native to Mexico, Central and South America.
Fun for ages five and up, these tie dye kits will have you creating colorful clothing in three easy steps. Each kit contains everything needed to tie dye five T-shirts- rubber gloves, red, blue and yellow pre-measured dye in applicator bottles, rubber bands and dye fixer.
These colors are true dyes, not thinned pigments, so that when the silk is decorated, it retains its natural luster and soft texture. These rich beautiful colors can be blended or thinned to obtain virtually any desired hue or shade. The colors are lightfast, odorless, non-toxic, contain no alcohol and can be hand washed or dry-cleaned. Green Label dyes are formulated for use directly out of the bottle, a convenience appreciated by beginners and professionals alike.
Resist is used to draw the outline of an image on silk. Used with liquid dyes, the Gutta stops the flow of dye at the resist lines. Jacquard's Gutta Resist is made from natural Gutta Percha which produces the finest resist available. Any resist should be completely dry before applying dye. Gutta is removed from fabric by dry-cleaning. Colored guttas are intended to remain on the fabric and should not be dry-cleaned.
Dyeing fabric in a washing machine has never been easier. iDye comes in a 14 g. packet that dissolves in water which means there is no handling of messy dye powders. Just throw the dye packet in, add salt or vinegar and run through the wash cycle. It is the ultimate easy way to get gorgeous color! Each packet will dye two to three pounds of fabric. Available in a variety of vibrant colors and two formulas; one for 100% natural fabrics and the other for synthetics.
These tie-dye kits offer supplies for creating beautiful two-tone dyed pieces. The kit includes two bottles of pre-measured dye, 1/3 lb. soda ash dye fixer, vinyl gloves, rubber bands and written instructions with multiple folding techniques. For use with 100% cotton, linen, rayon and hemp fabrics. Dyes up to two shirts. For ages 8 and up.
This kit brings the ancient art of indigo dyeing to the home dyer in a user-friendly formulation. Indigo dye, which comes from a plant, is one of the oldest dyes used for coloring fabrics and the one still used today to color blue jeans. This natural dye process has long been used in many cultures around the world. This kit includes pre-reduced Indigo dye, reducing agent, gloves, two sizes of rubber bands, two wood blocks, quick start instructions and an instruction booklet with dye patterns and historical overview of indigo. Dyes up to 15 shirts or 15 yards (5 lbs.) of fabric. For ages 8 and up.
No Flow is an antifusant that will inhibit the spreading of dyes on fabric. It is particularly useful for drawing or writing with dye filled felt tip markers, fabric pens or brushes (with liquid dyes or paints). No Flow dries clear and rinses out with warm water. Apply No Flow with a brush or sponge to the entire area you wish to write on or paint. When dry, apply colors using the technique of your choice. Using No Flow for a signature or logo creates crisp, clear letters or images. After paint or dyes have been set, rinse No Flow out of fabric to restore original softness.
This natural vat dye exists in plants all over the world and is virtually the only blue dye that occurs in nature. Indigo has a fascinating history, and it is equally fascinating to use: The blue color “magically” appears as dipped fabric is exposed to oxygen in the air! This unique property sets indigo apart from every other dye and makes it especially well-suited for patterning fabric. The dye produces a wide range of blues, from a pale sky blue to the darkest navy. Prized by countless cultures for millennia, indigo is still used today for coloring blue jeans. Jacquard’s indigo is a synthetic organic and comes pre-reduced 60% for unprecedented ease of use.
Procion is a concentrated powdered dye which, when added to water, produces exceptionally brilliant color. The dyes are intermixable, and the resulting colors are permanent, colorfast and completely washable. It is ideal for all natural materials such as cotton, rayon, linen, silk, wool, paper, reeds and wood. Plus, it can be used for a variety of applications including tie-dyeing, vat dyeing, batik, airbrush, hand painting, printing and spatter painting
Resist is used to draw the outline of an image on silk. Removable Water-based Resist is a superior resist that easily washes out with warm water (even after steaming or setting), revealing the white or colored silk beneath. Removable Resist keeps the silk completely soft to the touch and allows artists to create layered designs, as in batik. It holds a crisp line without spreading and does not shrink or pucker when dry.
This complete starter kit includes: four 60ml bottles of dye (black, cyan, magenta and yellow), a 250ml bottle of Permanent Dyeset Concentrate, a 60ml bottle of colorless Gutta Resist or Removable Water-based Resist, an applicator bottle with medium tip, a Chinese 5/8" brush, a color mixing chart and an idea/instruction booklet.
A derivative of seaweed, use this additive to thicken fabric dyes. It is used to control spreading when painting or screen printing. Use Sodium Alginate SH primarily on cotton or other cellulose fibers. It can also be used on silk when fine line definition is not required. Use Sodium Alginate F on silk and synthetics when fine line definition is required.
Synthrapol is used to prevent backstaining, which will result if the excess dye is not removed when dying. It is a mild soap specifically made to suspend and carry the dye from the fiber. Rinse the fiber thoroughly with a small amount of synthrapol, then add one tablespoon to each wash load when laundering the fresh dyes.
These easy-to-use tie dye kits features Procion MX fiber reactive dye, a concentrated dye that produces exceptionally brilliant color on any non-synthetic fabric. Each complete kit includes supplies to dye up to fifteen adult T-shirts: instructions, dyes in fuchsia, turquoise and yellow, soda ash dye fixer, rubber gloves, rubber bands and an extra bottle for mixing pastels or secondary colors. The dye is in powder form in large plastic squeeze bottles. Simply add warm water to dissolve the dye and it' s ready for use or for mixing new colors. The instructions describe and illustrate all the steps, including four tying techniques that produce different explosive patterns.
Angelus Suede Dye is a heavily pigmented liquid suede dye that will color, restore and dress all nappy and suede leathers. Nappy leather and suede should be brushed to restore the nap after dyeing. Many colors of suede dye will work well on smooth leathers but not the reverse. Available in 3 oz. bottles and includes a wool dauber.
Jacquard Basic Dyes are bright, beautiful and easy-to-use. The perfect colors for hard-to-dye substrates. Developed for acrylic, these dyes are also great on wood, reeds, straw, paper, leather and hemp! Use them for potpourri, wigs, buttons…the list is endless. This eight color set includes 0.5 oz jars of: yellow, orange, red, purple, blue, green, brown, and black.
This tie-dye kit features a unique tie-dye method designed to produce the best camouflage look. It includes two bottles of pre-measured dye (olive green and jet black), 1/3 lb. soda ash dye fixer, vinyl gloves, rubber bands and written instructions with multiple folding techniques. For use with 100% cotton, linen, rayon and hemp fabrics. Dyes up to four shirts. For ages 8 and up.
Concentrated Vinyl Sulphon dyes are the ultimate surface design tool for studio professionals. The dyes are highly concentrated—8 fluid ounces will yield more than 2 gallons of ready-to-use dye—and the concentrations are consistent so that mixed colors can be easily and accurately reproduced. As mid-energy reactive dyes (equivalent to Remazol dyes), CVS dyes can be used on any natural fabric. Steam set for brilliant, permanent colors.
These mid-energy fiber-reactive dyes are concentrated for economy, making them especially well-suited for professional artists and production studios. Red Label Silk Colors are ideal for traditional silk painting, as well as for many specialty applications, such as discharge, chemical resist, printing and shibori. Must be set with steam.