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  • Botanical Colors Saxon Blue - Liquid Indigo - DT Craft & Design
    easy and marvelous colour greener than traditional vatted indigo and a great base for teal aqua cornflower periwinkle lilac and medium value purple To use simply measure out the amount of liquid indigo and vinegar and add to the dye pot Add mordanted or pretreated fibre or yarn and heat gently Enjoy the beautiful blue For easy colour combinations add Liquid Himalayan Rhubarb for green or Liquid Lac for purple Botanical Colors dye extracts work on all natural fibres but the Liquid Indigo works best on wool silk alpaca and other protein fibres On cotton bamboo Tencel linen and hemp it is a very pale blue However the other colours in the range work equally well on any natural fibre 50 grams of Saxon Blue will dye about 500 grams of fibre or yarn to a deep shade and around 1kg of yarn or fibre to a medium shade Price 10 90 per 42ml 50g item code DY401 To order online please click the Add to Basket button Samples of wool hand dyed with Botanical Colors Saxon Blue Liquid Indigo The sample skein on the left was also dyed with Liquid Himalayan Rhubarb to create a green shade and the

    Original URL path: http://www.dtcrafts.co.uk/dyesFixers/botanicalColors/dy401.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Botanical Colors Liquid Madder natural dye extract - DT Craft & Design
    as far as 3BCE Madder can be found growing in many countries from Europe to Iran and the Middle East but also parts of Africa and Australia Although madder contains many complex colour chemicals it is the chemical alizarin found in the plant s roots that produces the characteristic red shades For the best reds use an alum mordant on protein fibres aluminium actetate on plant fibres and alkaline hard water Pre test the pH of your water and if it is below 8 add a little sodium carbonate or similar alkali to your dyebath Keep the dyebath below 70 C as above that temperature the dyebath will shift towards orange browns For oranges and orange browns use a mild acid such as vinegar or citric acid to reduce the pH of the dyebath to 6 or below Raising the dyebath temperature above 70 C will shift the colours towards rust browns 50 grams of Liquid Madder will dye about 500 grams of fibre or yarn to a deep shade and around 1kg of yarn or fibre to a medium shade Price 8 60 per 42ml 50g item code DY402 To order online please click the Add to Basket button

    Original URL path: http://www.dtcrafts.co.uk/dyesFixers/botanicalColors/dy402.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Botanical Colors Liquid Lac natural dye extract - DT Craft & Design
    Thailand China and Mexico The active colourant in lac is laccaic acid It has good light and washfastness and produces beautiful pink through crimson burgundy and purple shades Lac is pH sensitive and interesting colour changes can be achieved with the addition of a mild acid for orange shades alkali for purple crimson shades 50 grams of Liquid Lac will dye about 500 grams of fibre or yarn to a

    Original URL path: http://www.dtcrafts.co.uk/dyesFixers/botanicalColors/dy403.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Botanical Colors Liquid Himalayan Rhubarb natural dye extract - DT Craft & Design
    performance in which case mordant as for any other fibre based on whether it is protein or cellulose based Producing a lovely buttery yellow with a slight green overtone Liquid Himalayan Rhubarb combines with indigo for very pretty greens and with madder for tangerine oranges 50 grams of Liquid Himalayan Rhubarb will dye about 500 grams of fibre or yarn to a deep shade and around 1kg of yarn or

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  • Earthues Natural Dye Instruction Booklet
    Earthues Natural Dye Instruction Booklet by Michele Wipplinger

    Original URL path: http://www.dtcrafts.co.uk/books/bk002pic.html (2016-04-27)
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  • About Earthues - DT Craft & Design
    Michele trained in France and Switzerland with noted natural dye houses and developed her style of dyeing that yields beautiful repeatable hues using only non toxic alum mordants In 1992 she introduced the concept of natural dye extracts that yielded brilliant consistent lightfast hues were non toxic and easy to use Earthues does not use any of the heavy metals that are dangerous to health and our planet Earthues is

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  • Cochineal extract - Earthues dyes - DT Craft & Design
    precious cash crop Earthues offer an exceptionally high grade of cochineal extract A potent colourant cochineal is one of our most concentrated dyes only need a very small percentage is needed to dye deep shades of fuchsia to raspberry Cochineal is pH sensitive and it is possible to shift its color to scarlet with the addition of citric acid Use distilled water for dyeing if you live in a hard

    Original URL path: http://www.dtcrafts.co.uk/dyesFixers/earthues/dy201.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Cutch extract - Earthues dyes - DT Craft & Design
    is made by steeping the wood in hot water until the liquid becomes syrupy The thick liquid is cooled pressed then cut into cubes and ground into a powder for dyeing Cutch will dye all fibres well When used with an alum mordant Cutch yields yellow brown to red brown colours Cutch with iron gives blackened browns Using a sodium carbonate rinse will redden any Cutch colour Price 3 00

    Original URL path: http://www.dtcrafts.co.uk/dyesFixers/earthues/dy202.html (2016-04-27)
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