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Turning My Jeans Black! Please Help
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This would involve immersing the whole piece into a dyebath. Examples are garment dyeing, batik, washing machine methods, etc. Also included here is the use of our Wood-n-Reed dyes.
Trouble Dyeing Clothes Black
Discuss tie-dye techniques, patterns, and dyes - especially Procion MX dye.
Beginners Need Help
Direct Application of Dyes
Silk painting, silk screening, direct painting, stamping with various dyes.
Other Dyeing Techniques
Any dyeing questions that don't fit into the above 3 categories - Natural dyeing (EColor, Indigo, Pre-reduced Indigo, etc.), chemicals and auxilliaries, resists, etc.
Textile color on wool tops
Textile Paints and Printing In
Various application methods of water-based paints and inks--painting, silk-screening, marbling, stamping, airbrushing, and more.
I need to reblack some faded black jean…
Anything regarding fabric.
Fabric (fiber) selection and dye type f…
Other Arts & Crafts
Pearl Ex and Polymer Clay
Discussions on the many ways to use Pearl Ex with polymer clay.
Pearl Ex and Other Media
Use of Pearl Ex with Gum Arabic, varnish, extenders on various surfaces.
Pearl-Ex and Swimwear Fabric
Pearl-Ex Stamp Pads
These fun stamp pads provide a new and completely different technique for working with Pearl-Ex.
Inkjet on Fabric
Discuss the techniques and problems of inkjet printing directly onto fabric.
verticle banding printing on satin silk
Pinata Colors are highly saturated, acid free, transparent colors that can be used on many surfaces.
Discuss anything to do with our products or service that does not fit into any of the other categories.
Idye pot safe for food?
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