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Kool Aid Funky dyeing kit

Kool Aid is a soft drink powder from America which is ideal for hand dyeing animal fibres such wool, alpaca and mohair. It contains citric acid so you don't even need to add a fixer. You simply mix the Kool Aid crystals with water, apply them to the wetted yarn and then heat it to make the dye colour fast. While not as versatile as our procion dyes (it won't dye plant fibres such as cotton for example) Kool Aid dyeing is a quick and easy introduction to hand dyeing.

Our Kool Aid funky dyeing kit includes six dyes, 50g of our pure wool DK, gloves, an apron, instructions and a knitting pattern to make a pair of knit-mitts and wristlets with your hand dyed wool (there is enough wool to make both!). The kit is supplied in a box which is microwave safe so you can use it to heat your dyed wool to make it colour fast.

The Kool Aid dyes provided are: strawberry (red), orange, lemonade (yellow), lemon-lime (green), ice blue raspberry lemonade (blue) and grape (purple). To order individual Kool Aid dyes click here

Please note that we supply Kool Aid for hand dyeing only and not for food use. Kool Aid is a registered trade mark of Kraft Foods Inc.

Price: £9.00 [item code DK003]

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Kool Aid funky hand dyeing kit

 

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