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Hue & Dye acid dyes

*** NEW COLOUR RANGE! ***

We are excited to introduce our new range of Hue & Dye acid dyes. Our new acid dyes are single colour dyes so you won’t experience the colour splitting issues that can occur with blended dyes and your dyed colours will be more pure and repeatable. Please note this means that the green is a teal/jade green but all the colours are fully intermixable so add a dash of yellow for a bright green.

Our acid dyes can be used on any animal (protein) fibre such as wool, silk, angora, cashmere, alpaca and can be used on yarn, fabric, fleece, tops or felt. Acid dyes are not suitable for use with plant (cellulose) fibres, man-made or synthetic yarns and fabrics.

Don’t worry, they aren’t made of acid! It’s just that a mild acid such as white vinegar or citric acid (and heat) is used to make the dyes permanent. If you have not used acid dyes before we would recommend that you start by purchasing one of our hand dyeing starter kits which include dyes, fixer, an accessory pack and full instructions.

Click here to order our Procion dye starter kits

Starter kits *** NEW COLOUR RANGE! ***

Our acid dye starter kits are an ideal introduction to hand-dyeing animal (protein) fibres

New product!
Click here to order Hue & Dye acid dyes

Individual Dyes *** NEW COLOUR RANGE! ***

Our palette of Hue & Dye acid dyes suitable for hot water dyeing of all animal (protein) fibres

New product!
Click here to order fixer for Hue & Dye acid dyes

Fixer for acid dyes

We stock Citric Acid as a fixer for animal (protein) fibres to make our Hue & Dye acid dyes colourfast

 
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