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
Get the 2 oz, 8 oz and 1 lb dyes at a 20% discounted price!!! When they're gone they're gone but we will still make them in the 5, 10, 25 , 50 and 100 lb sizes at the the original price. There are a few colors are no longer listed here because they are now permanent colors! To view them visit our main Fiber Reactive Colors page by clicking here.
These colors are inspired by the Pantone® Spring 2014 Colors!
Brilliant, mouth-watering, and permanent, they don't fade, even after repeated washings. Superior to supermarket dyes in every way! Fiber Reactive Dyes are the dye of choice for tie-dye, batik and other techniques of dyeing cotton, rayon, hemp, linen and other natural fibers. 9 are Limited Editions (Azure Blue* is one of our regular colors), & when they're gone, they're gone, unless a couple keep flying outta here, and hence become part of our regular line. The best news: We will keep the recipes for all the colors, and designers who want to add these colors to their lines will always be able to order them in 5 lb sizes on up - 5 lbs being the smallest amount of dye that is practical for us to mix.
*Use the same way as our other Fiber Reactive Dyes. For these colors, if not marked with an * dye at 2% of weight of goods (or 2 tsp/cup water for tie-dye), if marked with an *, dye at 4% OWG, or 4 tsp/cup water for tie-dye).
To see the other 126 fantastic Fiber Reactive Colors click here
Made in: Made in: UNITED STATES (USA)
Colors above (from samples done on cotton) are intended as a guide. They may vary from monitor to monitor (depending on the quality and your personal settings) and may not match actual dyed fabrics. Some colors can shift dramatically on proteins such as silk and wool (for example, black gives a lovely maroon or brown). Colors can shift due to water conditions, temperature, etc., and dyelots can vary sometimes. When your end color needs to be very specific, we recommend a test first, before dyeing your main project or going into production. All of the colors can be mixed for an endless pallet!
Basic Tie-Dye - simple instructions/recipe
Basic Tub Dyeing (vat, bucket, washing machine)
Cold Batch Method for Painting with Dye
Dissolving Fiber Reactive Dye Powder
Dye Yields (How Much Do I Use?)
Dyeing in a Front Loading Washing Machine
Dyeing Silk & Wool
Dyeing Wood, Cane, Reed
Effects On Different Fibers
Getting a Good Solid Black
Group Tie-Dye Instructions
Low Immersion/Crystal Wash Tie-Dye Technique
Microwave Dyeing Silk Rayon Velvet
Shaving Cream Dyeing
Tie-Dyeing Silk in a Microwave
Dharma's Fiber Reactive MX Dyes FAQ
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