DYES, DYES, AND MORE DYES! We've got lots of dyes. I mean really a lot! We've got all kinds, types, zillions of colors, sizes from little to giant. Everything is discounted. Nothing is list price, and the more you buy the cheaper it gets. Different dyes are required to dye different fiber types, ie: Cotton, Silk, Rayon, Hemp, Nylon, whatever. Some can be painted on, some can not. We've got 'em all!
Unsure which is the right dye for you? Our
Dye/Paint Selection Guide can help!
USE FOR: Tie-Dye, Tub Dyeing, Low Immersion Dyeing, Batik, Dye Painting, Silk Painting, Screen & Block Printing or Stenciling, even Tie-dyeing Silk in a Microwave USE ON: All natural Fibers (Cotton, Rayon, Hemp, Silk, etc.), Wood, Cane, and Rattan
USE FOR: Tub Dyeing or direct application techniques (with steaming) USE ON: Protein fibers like Silk, wool, hair (fur), feathers, etc., also works on Nylon. Sometimes used on leather, particularly the "pre-metalized" colors
USE FOR: Tub Dyeing or direct application (with steaming) USE ON: Protein fibers like Silk, wool, hair (fur), nylon, feathers, etc.
USE FOR: Tub Dyeing or direct application (with steaming) USE ON: Wool, mohair, feathers, alpaca, angora and nylon
USE FOR: Hard to dye substrates
USE ON: Acrylic, wood, reeds, straw, hemp, potpourri, wigs, buttons, shell, bone, dried flowers, bamboo, and more!
USE FOR: Quick, easy, no fuss dye jobs, solid color dyeing, single color tie dye USE ON: All natural fabrics including cotton and silk (iDye Natural), polyester and nylon (iDye Poly)
USE FOR: Quick, easy, no fuss dye jobs, solid color dyeing USE ON: Denim
USE FOR: Develops in sunlight - Sun painting with shapes and stencils, Screen Printing, Stenciling, Hand painting, Block Printing, Spraying, Squirting USE ON: Cotton, Viscose Rayon, Linen and Raw Silk
USE FOR: Photograms, Painting, Tie dyeing, Screen printing, Sun Printing, Stamping and Batik USE ON: Natural fabrics and paper.
USE FOR: Tub Dyeing on cellulose/protein blends to get different colors on each fabric USE ON: Devore (burnout) fabrics and scarves like Rayon silk velvet and Devore rayonn/silk satin
USE FOR: Tub Dyeing large quantities where you just want some quick color but brilliance and longivity is not an issue USE ON: Cotton, Rayon, Linen, Hemp, Silk, Wool, Nylon
USE FOR: Tub Dyeing large quantities where you just want some quick color but brilliance and longevity is not an issue USE ON: Polyester, Nylon, Acetate and other synthetics that are not fireproofed, waterproofed, or otherwise treated. Does not work on Gortex, Kevlar, Teflon or similar fabrics.
USE FOR: Silk painting - serti and watercolor technique, salt and alcohol effects, Batik on silk, Tie-dye on silk, spraying, etc. USE ON: Silk and wool
USE FOR: Silk painting - serti and watercolor technique, salt and alcohol effects, Batik on silk, Tie-dye on silk, spraying, etc.
USE ON: Silk and wool
USE FOR: Silk painting - Serti, Watercolor, Salt & Alcohol Techniques, Batik on silk, Tie-dye on silk, Silk Screen (thickened) USE ON: Silk and Wool
USE FOR: Silk Painting - Serti silk technique, water color, alcohol and salt effects, Tie-dye & Batik on silk, silkscreening (thickened) USE ON: Silk and wool
USE FOR: Silk painting, Dyeing, Devore dyeing, Silk Screening/Printing (thickened), Shibori, Tie-dye, Scrunch dye, etc.
USE ON: All natural fibers (especially silk and wool - but works on cotton and other cellulose as well)
USE FOR: Dyeing things Indigo Blue, Vat (submersion, tub) dyeing, tie-dye or shibori in a tub USE ON: All natural fibers
USE FOR: Tie-dye, Spray Dyeing, Dip Dyeing, Fabric Painting USE ON: Cotton, Rayon, Hemp, Silk, Nylon, some Polyester, and Synthetic Blends, Baskets, Wood and Paper
USE FOR: Silk painting, Serti Technique, watercolor technique, hand painting, non-toxic pseudo Tie-dye and Batik, Crinkle Dyeing, Airbrushing, Spraying, all direct application USE ON: Silk, Wool, Cotton, Nylon (untreated), Polyester, Synthetics & Blends
USE FOR: silk painting, dip dyeing, crinkle dyeing, Shibori, batik and much more USE ON: silk and other protein fibers, devore´ (cut silk/rayon blend) satins and velvets (most of the color will be on the silk backing. Seems to work somewhat for pastels on several cellulose fibers, but we recommend testing!