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  • DT Craft & Design - Ordering by post or fax
    with terms and conditions and then post to DT Craft Design 7 Fonthill Grove Sale Cheshire M33 4FR To download a copy of the order form please click here You will need Adobe Acrobat to view the price lists You

    Original URL path: http://www.dtcrafts.co.uk/orderPostFax.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Dyes and fixers - DT Craft & Design
    Aid dyeing kits Our Kool Aid dyes are ideal for all animal fibres wools etc and are very easy to use Our Kool Aid dyeing project kits even include yarn and a knitting pattern and are a fun way to start your colour adventure Hue Dye acid dyes and fixers For those looking to dye animal protein fibres our versatile Hue Dye acid dyes are a cost effective way to achieve a fabulous range of shades Our acid dyes use a hot water dyeing method and can be used with all natural protein fibres Our acid dye starter kits are a great way to get started Procion dyes and fixers For those looking to dye animal and plant fibres our versatile Procion dyes offer a fantastic range of shades Procion dyes are suitable for both hot and cold water dyeing of all natural fibres and our Procion dye starter kits are an ideal introduction to hand dyeing Natural dye extracts mordants and colour modifiers As well as our own Hue Dye natural dye extracts we also stock Earthues and Botanical Colors natural dye extracts including Saxon Blue Liquid Indigo Our natural dyeing starter kits are suitable for beginners or more

    Original URL path: http://www.dtcrafts.co.uk/dyesFixers/index.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Hand Dyed Fibre and Sock Clubs - DT Craft & Design
    Fibre or Sock Clubs you have access to exclusive yarns and fibres hand dyed for you by Debbie Tomkies Members will receive specially hand dyed colourways which won t be available anywhere else for at least six months as well as exclusive members only offers including previews of new yarns and fibres To find out more about our Hand Dyed Fibre and Sock Clubs click on the links below International

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  • Botanical Colors Aquarelle liquid natural dye extracts - DT Craft & Design
    an improved formulation of Saxon Blue which was first created in the 18th century This means you can add the blue directly into your dyebath along with a bit of yellow and get a beautiful green Aqua turquoise and marine blue are now at your fingertips If you have always wanted to use indigo but didn t want to deal with a vat this is an easy way to add a unique blue to your colour palette Botanical Colors dye extracts have been certified as compliant with the Global Organic Textile Standard GOTS 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 For more information on each dye extract please click on the name or photograph below To order any dye online please click the Add to Cart button To check the contents of your shopping basket at any time please click the View Cart button at the bottom of the page Saxon Blue Liquid Indigo natural dye extract

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  • Natural dye kits - Natural dye extracts - DT Craft & Design
    Dyeing Starter Kit 10g each of lac madder goldenrod logwood purple and valonia oak dye extracts 125g of alum and 25g of aluminium acetate mordants 100g ferrous sulphate colour modifier accessory pack gloves apron measuring spoon full instructions Enough mordant to dye 1kg of yarn fabric or fibre the dye extracts will go much further 22 00 DK007 Special 10g sizes of our dyes the ideal introduction to natural dyeing Natural Dyeing Deluxe Kit 20g each of lac madder goldenrod logwood purple and valonia oak natural dye extracts 250g of alum and 50g of aluminium acetate mordants four colour modifiers 100g ferrous sulphate 100g copper sulphate 125g citric acid and 125g sodium carbonate universal indicator pH papers accessory pack gloves apron measuring spoon full instructions Enough mordant to dye 2kg of yarn fabric or fibre the dye extracts will go much further 44 00 DK016 A comprehensive introduction to natural dyeing Botanical Colors Liquid Natural Dye Kit Saxon blue 42ml madder 42ml lac 45ml and rhubarb 45ml liquid natural dye extracts 125g of alum and 25g of aluminium acetate mordants 125g citric acid 100g ferrous sulphate colour modifier accessory pack gloves apron measuring spoon full instructions Enough mordant to dye

    Original URL path: http://www.dtcrafts.co.uk/dyesFixers/naturalDyes/naturalDyeKitIndex.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Earthues Natural Dye Instruction Booklet by Michele Wipplinger - Books - DT Craft & Design
    the fabulous range of Earthues natural dye extracts passing on guidance drawn from Michele s wealth of experience The booklet covers each dye extract and gives specific recipes and appropriate quantities for light medium and dark shades based on varying weights of fibre There are also recipes for combining the Earthues extracts to blend new shades all illustrated with colour fabric swatch photographs The booklet explains safe mordanting techniques with

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  • Hand dyeing with Earthues natural dye extracts - DT Craft & Design
    chemicals mordants or fixers to make the colour permanent However as with most other dyes we recommend the use of mordants as this will significantly improve the light and wash fastness of the dyes Mordants also enhance the colours giving deeper richer shades by ensuring that more of the dye is taken up by the yarn When using natural dyes the mordants can also be used as colour modifiers to creatively change the colours given by a particular dye extract For example adding sodium carbonate will make your dyebath more alkaline so that cochineal dye extract will produce glorious fuschia pinks In contrast the addition of citric acid will make the dyebath more acidic and the same cochineal dye extract will produce gorgeous orange shades rather than pinks Before dyeing the yarn must be soaked in water and with natural dyes the mordant is normally added to this soaking bath For a basic recipe add 25g alum per 100g yarn fibre for animal fibres For plant fibres wash and rinse the yarn to remove any manufacturing residues then use 5g of aluminium acetate per 100g yarn fibre to give a good strength colour This can then be varied for different colours and effects The yarn is cooked for about an hour in the soak then left to cool Colour modifiers can also be added to the soak for additional shades It is quite possible to produce over 20 shades from a single dyestuff simply by using different mordant combinations cooking methods and modifiers For dyeing skeins a single colour the Earthues dye extracts are dissolved in water in a large pan or microwave dish big enough to let the yarn swish about easily Cover and cook the yarn for around 1 hour on the stove top or microwave in 5

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  • Earthues dye extracts - DT Craft & Design
    be used following the normal methods for Indigo If you have any questions about Indigo dyeing please contact us Earthues dye extracts are very concentrated and a little goes a long way For example it takes 500g of logwood chips to dye one kilogram of wool whereas only 25g of Earthues dye extract is needed to give an equivalent shade Just 10g of Earthues cochineal extract will dye 1kg of wool to a good shade with enough dye left over in the dyebath for a paler second batch Please bear this in mind when judging how much extract you may need 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 Please note that the colours shown are for guidance only The colours obtained from a dye will vary with the strength of the dye solution the mordant used and the type of yarn being dyed Colour modifiers can also be used to change the shade achieved with the same dyestuff If you are unsure of which dyes you will need to achieve a particular effect please contact us for further information and

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