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  • DT Craft & Design - Home Page
    selected for hand dyeing organic undyed yarns more than 35 undyed fibres hand dyed yarns hand dyed fibre clubs hand dyed sock yarn club knitting needles crochet hooks books beads hand dyeing workshops knitting workshops To see our full range click here to visit our Products section What s new Woolfest 2016 We excited to announce that we will be at Woolfest 2016 in Cockermouth on 24 25 June 2016 We look forward to seeing you there For more details on Woolfest 2016 please click here DT Craft Design on Facebook If you were ever put off trying your hand at dyeing because you were worried about mess then have a look at our Facebook page for some behind the scenes photos of Debbie dyeing up 50 fifty dye samples in our hotel room in Lewes Not a drop was spilled Click here to visit our Facebook page Previous news stories Out About Show dates for 2016 As well as supplying our products by mail order we try to get out and about as often as we can To find out where we ll be in 2016 please click here Workshops for 2016 Whether you are interested in hand dyeing knitting crochet or hand spinning a complete beginner or looking to brush up your skills and learn some new techniques there s a course for you To find out about Debbie Tomkies workshop dates for 2106 please click here Did you know I teach a wide range of workshops on dyeing knitting and crochet and am happy to travel to your group Guild school or college to teach a subject or combination of subjects of your choice Courses can be for as few as four students up to around 15 and you may book half a day a day weekend

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  • DT Craft & Design - Gallery
    of your items or send us a print and we will feature as many as we can in our Gallery Our email and postal addresses are on the Contact Us page If you want your photographs returned please enclose a stamped addressed envelope We will take good care of any photographs you send us but can not be responsible for any damage in the post so please send us copies

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  • DT Craft & Design - Products
    inspired Dyes fixers and starter kits Earthues and Hue Dye natural dye extracts Botanical Colors liquid natural dye extracts Kool Aid dyes Procion dyes Acid dyes fixers mordants and colour modifiers Our range of popular starter dye kits offer an ideal introduction to the world of hand dyeing Undyed yarns and fibres British undyed wool yarns in stock now From the familiar to the exotic our range of undyed yarns and fibres provide a gorgeous textured canvas for you to create your own colourful threads Hand Dyed Fibre and Sock Clubs International Membership Available Hand dyeing equipment Colour wheels colour mixing guide pH indicator papers measuring spoons syringes basters and stirrers Books and patterns Our selection of books covers all aspects of dyeing ranging from titles suitable for beginners through to those for more experienced dyers We also stock several excellent reference sources ideal for anyone eager to explore the craft in more depth Knitting needles crochet hooks and accessories We stock a full range of knitting needles and crochet hooks including the superb Brittany birch knitting needles We also have a selection of knitting and crochet accessories including row counters beading needles bodkins weaving needles tapestry needles and more Beads Our beads are specially selected and have larger holes so as to be suitable for incorporation into your knitting and crochet projects Hand dyed yarns Our finest yarns hand dyed by Debbie Tomkies in a range of stunning colourways Order or download a price list If you would like us to post you a copy of our price list please click here to email us your details To download the price list with photographs please click here 1 1Mb around 3 minutes for dial up users under a minute for broadband users To download an order form only please

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  • DT Craft & Design - About us
    more exciting yarns and colours She remains a keen spinner and enjoys dyeing fleece and other fibres A long standing member of her local Guild of Spinners Weavers and Dyers Debbie spent five years as Guild treasurer Debbie holds the City Guilds certificate in preparing working designs but acquired most of her skills informally having been fortunate in meeting a large number of talented teachers and craftspeople who have willingly

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  • Dt Craft & Design - Hints & Tips
    will blend more thoroughly If the dyes are not blending enough you can always sprinkle on a little extra water Overlapping the dyes when you apply them will encourage the dyes to blend more Back to top My yarn came out a muddy brown shade Where did I go wrong Too many dyes can create a muddied yarn especially where the dyes blend Limiting yourself to three base colours reduces the risk of this happening It is also fair to say that the more you mess with the dyepot the more muddy the result is likely to be Try to resist the urge to poke around too much Back to top My yarn has white patches Why did this happen Assuming you didn t want undyed patches in your yarn it is important to ensure that the dyes have fully penetrated all the yarn This is especially important where yarns are tightly packed in the dyepot or for yarns which have been spun with a high degree of twist Some yarns particularly cottons can also be slower to absorb dye Try using clear dishes as you can see more easily whether the dye has fully penetrated the yarn You can then lift the dish to check that the bottom and sides of the yarn have no white spots It is also a good idea to gently separate the yarn try to disturb as little as possible to check for undyed areas If you do find undyed areas apply more dye or squeeze the undyed section gently Back to top My dyebath looks completely black Don t despair Some of the least promising dyepots I have made have produced some of the best results Finish off the process including washing and drying the yarn before you write it off as a

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  • DT Craft & Design - Contact us
    of weeks There may also be slight delays in responding to emails and telephone calls so please bear with us as Debbie recuperates We thank you in advance for your understanding and apologise for any inconvenience caused Thank you again for all the messages of support that have been sent to Debbie We love to hear from people who share our love of yarn and colour If you have any

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  • Earthues dyes and fixers - DT Craft & Design
    an excellent range of fully intermixeable shades and can be used for a wide variety of dyeing techniques including rainbow dyeing yarn painting ikat and tie dye Please note that Earthues Indigo extract can not be used for rainbow dyeing and must be used following the normal methods for Indigo If you have any questions about Indigo dyeing please contact us Earthues natural dye extracts can be successfully mordanted with alum or aluminium acetate used in food production and they are sustainably sourced on a fair trade basis from small producers all over the world Used on their own or combined with our native plants they really are an invaluable addition to any natural dyer s dyestuff cupboard A free instruction leaflet is supplied with purchases of Earthues natural dye extracts For more in depth information on hand dyeing techniques with Earthues dyes we would recommend Michele Whipplinger s Natural Dye Instruction Booklet available from our Books section Click here to read our introduction to hand dyeing with Earthues natural dye extracts Earthues natural dye extracts Our palette of Earthues natural dyes suitable for dyeing all natural fibres Natural dye starter kits Our natural dye kits are an ideal introduction

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  • Hue & Dye natural dye extracts - DT Craft & Design
    there are no leaves or roots to stew or bugs and barks to grind Suitable for use on any natural yarn or fibre Hue Dye extracts give an excellent range of fully intermixeable shades and can be used for a wide variety of dyeing techniques including rainbow dyeing yarn painting ikat and tie dye Hue Dye extracts can also be used in conjunction with Earthues extracts Please note that Indigo and Woad extracts cannot be used for rainbow dyeing and a vat dye method should be used An instruction leaflet for vat dyeing is available when purchasing Indigo or Woad If you have any questions about Indigo or Woad dyeing please contact us Hue Dye natural dye extracts can be successfully mordanted with alum or aluminium acetate used in food production Used on their own or combined with our native plants they really are an invaluable addition to any natural dyer s dyestuff cupboard A free instruction leaflet is supplied with purchases of Hue Dye natural dye extracts Hue Dye natural dye extracts Our palette of Hue Dye natural dye extracts suitable for dyeing all natural fibres Natural dye starter kits Our natural dye kits are an ideal introduction to

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