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  • Transfer Dyes
    Miracle Fix liquid is a thin milky fluid that dries clear and was originally made to improve the handle of cotton fabrics It was coincidentally discovered that it also altered the surface in a way that allowed full colour Transfer printing to take place Normally only a poor pale result was possible on natural fabrics which was always very disappointing Now the result on natural fabric is every bit as good as it would be on a synthetic surface and the liquid is very clean and easy to use Simply soak the fabric to be used in the liquid in a shallow dish and wring it out over the dish Any liquid remaining can be poured back into the bottle It is important to immerse silk particularly in the liquid to prevent a water mark developing but the liquid can be painted on to wool for example which as it s thick might absorb more fluid than is needed to coat the surface and be uneconomical Smooth out the fabric and allow it to dry it won t take long Iron the fabric if you want to or simply place the image to be transferred over the fabric and iron

    Original URL path: http://www.omegadyes.co.uk/catalogue/miracle_fix_liquid.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Omega Textile Dyes FAQ
    of dye needed is calculated by weighing the fabric dry first For every 100gms weight of fabric you ll need 5gms dye Do you have a dye for Acrylic or Lycra Unfortunately we are unable to offer a dye for Acrylic and Lycra Can dark coloured items be dyed with pale colours It isn t possible to dye a dark coloured item with a paler coloured dye Do I need to be careful when using multiple colours Always remember the laws of colour mixing for example a bright yellow item dyed with light blue dye will end up green and with a dark blue dye will end up a greeny blue I ve stained an item can I hide the stain by dyeing If the item you are planning to dye is stained the dye is unlikely to remove it Sadly it is likely that the stained area will colour but will still look slightly different from the rest of the item Can I dye settee covers It is possible to dye pure cotton settee covers with Omega Dyrect Dyes but do remember that it does depend on being able to fit them into your washing machine with enough room

    Original URL path: http://www.omegadyes.co.uk/faq.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Books on Textile Dyeing
    for the four types of dyes we sell acid direct fibre reactive Procion Transfer Disperse packed with specialist information Inspiration to Stitch 12 99 plus 1 50 post and packing 6 textile artists talk about inspiration interpretation and methods of work Jae Maries Sian Martin Sandra Meech Annette Morgan Anne Raphael Margaret M Roberts Appliqué and Beyond by Annette Morgan and Bailey Curtis 10 99 plus 1 50 post and

    Original URL path: http://www.omegadyes.co.uk/book.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Omega Dyes - Mail order textile dyes
    with her passion for literature and it involves her interest in textured surfaces using wax dyeing and burning This has resulted in her producing a series of hand made books crammed with ephemera sketches stitch photographs poetry and handwriting With elegantly distressed covers that emanate antiquity and worth the end results are for her books to be treasured as precious items Her love of travel has led to her creating many unique personal records of places journeys and events This combined with her continuing themes of nature and organic form makes her work varied and exciting About Bailey Curtis Bailey was the founder of Omega Dyes and sold the company to Lindsay in 2003 because writing her books was taking up more and more of her time She has always been an enthusiastic felt maker but manages to combine the art with innovative dyeing embroidery and quilting to create her very personal style Her love of colour and texture is evident in all her work and she takes her inspiration from her surroundings whether it s her home near the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire or on her trips abroad About Annette Morgan Annette is a quilt artist who is

    Original URL path: http://www.omegadyes.co.uk/gallery.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Omega Dyes - Mail order textile dyes
    I apologise If you know of any website address changes or know of a website that should be listed here Thanks Gail Please Note Omega Dyes has no control over the contents of these sites and only lists them in the hope that they may be of use to you Embroidery Sites The Embroiderer s Guild Textile Artists Bailey Curtis Complex Cloth e group inspired by Jane Dunnewold s book

    Original URL path: http://www.omegadyes.co.uk/links.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Omega Dyes
    home

    Original URL path: http://www.omegadyes.co.uk/mailorder/toolbar.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Omega Dyes
    Bottle Books Postal Insurance Mail Order Page Product List About Us How to Order Contact Us Conditions Textile Dyes Miracle Fix Liquid Dyeing FAQ Gallery Links Omega Dyes Search Abigail Crafts Order Now on 01452 668857 Belvedere Park Bristol Road

    Original URL path: http://www.omegadyes.co.uk/mailorder/basket.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Omega Dyes
    Now on 01452 668857 Belvedere Park Bristol Road Whitminster GL2 7LU submitting the secure order formCheck Out Select your location Rest of the Workd United Kingdom Europe Shipping method First Class Mail Parcel Post Select payment VISA MASTER CARD Thankyou for ordering from Omega Dyes Please note all prices are GB pounds some computers do not display the symbol Please Note we always obtain proof of postage for all our

    Original URL path: http://www.omegadyes.co.uk/mailorder/checkout.html (2016-04-27)
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