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Natural Dyed Cashmere. Wool & Silk

The colors of natural dyes can not be beat. As a novice dyer of wool and cotton, I am astounded by the color combinations that the Indian and Tibetans can achieve. 56 more words


Stony Creek Colors hiring Agriculture Manager

Nashville, Tennessee

Stony Creek Colors, an emerging company based in Nashville, TN, manufactures bio-based textile dyes that improve profitability and sustainability for farmers, while empowering our customers – fashion brands and textile mills – with greater transparency. 213 more words


Make | "Jaylyn" My First Hand Painted Tote 

Things have gotten interesting in the #100daychallenge. I started to handpaint Rit Dye on fabric. This guy is the first tote that I made with the fabric. 84 more words


Wool and Silk Dyeing using Food Colouring

So far I’ve been making felt using pre-dyed wool, but the appeal of variegated colours and being able to make my own colourways has inspired me to start some dyeing experiments. 419 more words


Food Babe Selling Pesticide, Coal Tar Dyes To Children

Friday is payday here at Bad Science Debunked.  As I’m wont to do when I’m flush with cash, I thought a trip to FoodBabe.com for a little online shopping might be fun.   2,549 more words

Food Babe

Excellent color fastness with Vat coloring agents

The Vat colorants take their name from a wooden tub or vat (meaning ‘Vessel’) in which the process of reduction was first performed. A special dye bath is used wherein the colorant is applied on the fabric by reducing it to a soluble form. 338 more words

Chemical Dyes

Perplexing Persimmons

I have a plethora of persimmon trees, so for the last two years I have been trying to use them for natural dyeing, hoping they would produce a color of their own or be a good mordant.  662 more words

Natural Dyeing