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  • Gallery - DT Craft & Design
    also sent us a picture left of the back of a jumper she knitted at Christmas using wool she had hand dyed herself using our the Earthues and Hue Dye natural dye extracts Dru said that she was very impressed with the dyes because they were quick and easy to use and they exhausted completely Dru said that the indigo was much stronger than she had expected and was therefore

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  • Gallery - DT Craft & Design
    Hints Tips Gallery About us Contact us Links Gallery Back Caroline Mullen Back Home Products Hints Tips Gallery About us Contact us Links All images and text Debbie and Peter

    Original URL path: http://www.dtcrafts.co.uk/gallery/pages/gallery29.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Gallery - DT Craft & Design
    cotton silk blend and then dyed it using our Earthues lac natural dye extract However having rinsed the wrap she wasn t completely happy with the colour so she dipped it in a solution of Earthues logwood purple natural dye extract before it had dried and created the sumptuous shade you see here Catherine said she was pleased with the result and I think we d all agree it looks

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  • Gallery - DT Craft & Design
    she said Thank you for your enjoyable dyeing workshop yesterday I now feel that I understand the basic principles and am ready to start practising to see if I can achieve the colours I want I ve attached pictures of my samples from yesterday now that they are dry The Wensleydale fibre fluffed up nicely again but it was hard to capture the colours in a photo Also I think

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  • Gallery - DT Craft & Design
    Club and took this picture of her February 2009 club fibre selection merino tencel silk noils and Shetland fleece before using it to produce this fabulous hand spun yarn For more information on our hand dyed fibre and yarn clubs

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  • Gallery - DT Craft & Design
    photo of two fabulous Booga Bags she knitted with her own hand dyed yarn The bag on the left was made with our DT Craft Design super chunky wool which Jo hand dyed with grape black cherry and pina pinapple Kool Aid before turning it all into a felted booga bag Jo finished the bag off neatly with a polymer clay toggle which she made herself as well Back Home

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  • Dyes and fixers - DT Craft & Design
    natural fibres eg wool cotton viscose bamboo shell wood etc Do I need fixing chemicals mordants Kool Aid no fixer is included in the sachet just heat to fix Acid yes mild acid white vinegar citric acid heat Procion mx yes mild acid heat animal fibres sodium carbonate plant fibres Natural alum heat for animal fibres aluminium acetate heat for plant fibres What about colour range Kool Aid the base colours generally very bright but these can be blended to produce more subtle colours Acid Procion mx blendable to achieve an almost infinite range of shades Natural wonderful tonal shades and can be readily blended and modified What if I need to produce predictable repeatable colours Acid Procion MX dyes are our recommended dyes for repeatable colours Do the colours last Kool Aid good colour fastness Acid Procion mx very good colour fastness Natural variable depending on the extract however natural dyes age gracefully producing softer hues rather than fading unattractively How economical are they Kool Aid ideal for small projects but can be expensive for larger projects 1 sachet will dye around 25g 50g of yarn fibre to a medium shade Acid very economical for dyeing animal fibres 10g

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  • An introduction to hand dyeing - DT Craft & Design
    for gifts All our dyes fixers and undyed yarns are also available separately All of our dyes type can be used for dyeing single colours in a skein but they are also ideally suited to multi colour techniques such as rainbow dyeing yarn painting and making self striping yarns Rainbow dyeing The yarns garments and accessories you see on our website have all been produced using a technique called Rainbow Dyeing Rainbow dyeing is a broad term which is used to describe any technique in which fibres are dyed using a range of colours or shades applied at random to create a multi coloured effect The beauty of this style of dyeing is that it requires little in the way of accurate measurements and yet the results whilst they may be somewhat unpredictable are really exciting and dramatic Most of the colour combinations shown on the website have been produced using only three colours Have a look at our Project Kit pages and the Gallery to see some of the wonderful shades that can be achieved Whilst the methods vary slightly for the different types of dye hand dyeing follows four simple steps Soaking Applying the dye Fixing the dye Rinsing and drying Soaking First yarn is wound into skeins to allow the dyes to reach all parts of it Next the yarn is soaked in water to make it ready to absorb the dye Depending upon the type of dye being used you may need to add a fixer or mordant to the soaking solution to make the dye permanent or colourfast Applying the dye Dye may be applied in a variety of ways depending on the look you want to achieve For single colour dyeing the dye is dissolved in water and the yarn is added to this

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