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  1. Undyed Fabric Designs Muslin-5 or 10 yard packages

    Undyed Fabric Designs Muslin-5 or 10 yard packages

    $21.25
    (Starting Price)

    $4.25/yard. Sold in 5 or 10 yard increments.

    STARTING PRICE IS FOR THE 5 YARD PACKAGE

    This natural, 100% cotton muslin is 45" wide with a thread count of 78x76. I highly recommend it for all quilters, crafters, dyers, or students taking my fabric designing classes. Extra wide muslins are available by request.

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  2. Undyed Habotai Silk

    Undyed Habotai Silk

    $2.75
    (Starting Price)

    45" wide with a silk weight of 8mm. This fabric is also called "China Silk". It is the perfect lining material; lightweight and sheer. Easy to work with in any project. Wonderful as linings, pillows, scares, or anything that needs to "float." Learn More
  3. Undyed Raw Silk

    Undyed Raw Silk

    $2.75
    (Starting Price)

    45" wide, weight: 23mm. Sometimes this fabric is called "Silk Noil". It has a natural off-white color, a nubby texture and the traditional brown specks. It feels wonderful and is a delight to work with; a very nice weight. Learn More
  4. Undyed Crepe Backed Silk Satin Charmeuse

    Undyed Crepe Backed Silk Satin Charmeuse

    $3.75
    (Starting Price)

    This silk is 45" wide and has a silk weight of 19.5 mm. It is called the "Rolls-Royce of silks". Why? Because of it's elegance and classic look. This textile can be used on either side. It has muted crepe on one side and a shimmery satin on the other. The drape is truly spectacular. Learn More
  5. Undyed Silk Organza

    Undyed Silk Organza

    $2.00
    (Starting Price)

    45” wide. Weight- 5mm. This material is very sheer, transparent, stiff, and gauze like. Etherial and earthy at the same time. Learn More
  6. Undyed Silk Gauze

    Undyed Silk Gauze

    $1.50
    (Starting Price)

    45" wide. Weight-3mm. So sheer and so beautiful; light as a feather and very soft. Perfect for dance wear, as an over lay or whatever requires a touch of mystery and elegance. Learn More
  7. Undyed Silk Dupion

    Undyed Silk Dupion

    $3.50
    (Starting Price)

    45" wide, with a silk weight of 19mm. It is a beautifully elegant fabric with lots of texture, raised silk slubs, a subtle shimmer, and a lovely drape. Learn More
  8. Undyed Silk Chiffon

    Undyed Silk Chiffon

    $2.00
    (Starting Price)

    42" wide, 8mm weight. Yummy! Quite transparent and very soft. Much like whipped egg whites! Makes a beautiful drape, floats like a dream Learn More
  9. Undyed Silk/Rayon Velvet

    Undyed Silk/Rayon Velvet

    $3.50
    (Starting Price)

    45” wide. The thick pile of this velvet is Rayon with a strong backing of 100% silk. This elegant fabric soaks up the dyes like a sponge for brilliant color results. Perfect to use with Shibori dyeing techniques. This is a rich, flowing fabric that is an absolute thrill to dye! Learn More
  10. Undyed Wool Felt

    Undyed Wool Felt

    $5.00
    (Starting Price)

    36” wide. Natural wool color. Use acid dyes for intense color uptake. Learn More
  11. Undyed Wool Roving

    Undyed Wool Roving

    $20.00
    (Starting Price)

    NEW!!!! 100% Superfine Combed Merino Wool. Great for spinning, or nuno and needle felting. Sold in 8 ounce runs; 19.8 micron.

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  12. Undyed Wool Flannel

    Undyed Wool Flannel

    $6.25
    (Starting Price)

    58” wide. With acid dyes- brilliant! Can be made into coats, costumes, hooked rugs, or quilts. Learn More
  13. Soda Ash (Sodium Carbonate)
  14. Plain Salt (Salt and Sodium Silicoaluminate)
  15.  Alum (Aluminum Ammonium Sulfate)

    Alum (Aluminum Ammonium Sulfate)

    $2.00

    2 ounces. Use for natural dyes. Learn More
  16. Small Dye Spoons

    Small Dye Spoons

    $6.95

    1/8, 1/16, 1/32 tsp Learn More
  17.  Sodium Alginate (Sea Weed)
  18. The Dye Studio Workbook / Cotton Dyeing Basics

    The Dye Studio Workbook / Cotton Dyeing Basics

    $45.00
    (Starting Price)

    *This 50 page workbook comes in a convenient 3-ring binder with plastic covered recipe pages and places to save swatches and keep notes for years of use as your own personal hand dyeing journal and reference tool.

    *Prop it up or lay it flat to do your lessons.

    *Each lesson contains step-by-step, easy to follow instructions and color photographs that take the mystery out of this beautiful art form.

    Outline:
    Supply List- Everything you need for the five lesson series and where to get it.
    Lesson One- Full Immersion or Vat Dyeing technique for strong, solid colors.
    Lesson Two- Partial Immersion Dyeing, for mottled effects.
    Lesson Three- Five step gradation dyeing for pastel to brilliant color ways.
    Lesson Four- Dyeing the full spectrum.
    Lesson Five- How to over dye to fix colors that came out less than perfect.

    *The Cotton Dyeing Basics Workbook can be used with the class of the same name at Quilt University (www.quiltuniversity.com) or separately.

    *Second edition.

    ALSO AVAILABLE IN PDF FORM FOR $39.95

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  19. Cotton Dyeing Basics PDF FIle

    Cotton Dyeing Basics PDF File

    $39.95

    This is the same information contained in the hard copy of the workbook Cotton Dyeing Basics but in a PDF file format. A few photos have been eliminated to cut down on the size of the file.

    This PDF workbook contains 5 lessons on how to dye solid colors, mottled colors, all the colors of the spectrum, gradation dyeing, and overdyeing using Procion MX fiber reactive dyes.

     

    No shipping cost. It will be sent to your email address within 24 hours. Size of file-4.7 MB.

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  20. The Dye Studio Workbook- Intermediate Cotton Dyeing / Landscape and Portrait Colors

    The Dye Studio Workbook- Intermediate Cotton Dyeing / Landscape and Portrait Colors

    $45.00

    This is the second book in the Dye Studio Workshop series.  I highly suggest that you complete my course called Cotton Dyeing Basics (shown above) before attempting this more difficult set of classes.

    This 70+ page workbook comes in a convenient 3-ring binder with plastic covered recipe pages and places to save swatches and keep notes for years of use as your own personal hand dyeing journal and reference tool.

    *Prop it up or lay it flat to do your lessons.

    *Each lesson contains step-by-step, easy to follow instructions and color photographs that help show you how to make beautiful hand dyed textiles for your fiber art projects.

    Outline:

    Supply List- Everything you need for the five lesson series and where to get it. Lesson One- Making mottled organic and earth tones. How to use black.
    Lesson Two- How to adjust or tweak any color recipe to suit your needs and personal color preference. How to make a better brown.
    Lesson Three- Brushing on dyes- wet on wet, dry on dry for hair and water effects.
    Lesson Four- Atmosphere- stormy skies, cloudy skies, sunsets.
    Lesson Five- Making difficult colors: red gradations, purple gradations; skin tones from ebony to tan to peach and tones in between.

    *The Intermediate Cotton Dyeing Workbook can be used with the class called Quilter’s Palette at Quilt University (www.quiltuniversity.com) or separately.

    *First edition.

    ALSO AVAILABLE IN PDF FORM FOR $39.95

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  21. Intermediate Cotton Dyeing-PDF File

    Intermediate Cotton Dyeing-PDF File

    $39.95

    This is the same information contained in the hard copy workbook, Intermediate Cotton Dyeing for Landscape and Portrait Colors, only in PDF form. It contains 80 pages and 5 lessons on how to dye using Procion MX dyes. 1.5 MB.

    Outline:


    Supply List- Everything you need for the five lesson series and where to get it.

    Lesson One- Making mottled organic and earth tones. How to use black.


    Lesson Two- How to adjust or tweak any color recipe to suit your needs and personal color preference. How to make a better brown.


    Lesson Three- Brushing on dyes- wet on wet, dry on dry for hair and water effects.


    Lesson Four- Atmosphere- stormy skies, cloudy skies, sunsets.


    Lesson Five- Making difficult colors: red gradations, purple gradations; skin tones from ebony to tan to peach and tones in between.

     

    File will be sent to your email address within 24 hours after placing your online order. No shipping fees.

     

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  22. Dyeing Silk Using Procion MX Dyes-workbook

    Dyeing Silk Using Procion MX Dyes-workbook

    $40.00

    *This 40 page workbook comes in a convenient 3-ring binder with plastic covered recipe pages and places to save swatches and keep notes for years of use as your own personal hand dyeing journal and reference tool.

    *Prop it up or lay it flat to do your lessons.

    *Each lesson contains step-by-step, easy to follow instructions and color photographs that take the mystery out of dyeing 100% pure silk textiles.

    Outline: Supply List- Everything you need for the four lesson series and where to get it.

    Lesson One- Painting on Dyes and How to Use Silk Sizing as a Resist

    Lesson Two-Full Immersion, Partial Immersion, Sprinkling on Dyes

    Lesson Three-Shibori Dyeing on Silk

    Lesson Four-Paste Resists on Silk (Norizome)

    *First edition.

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  23. The Dye Studio-Shibori Dyeing On Silk and Cotton Fabris

    The Dye Studio Workbook/Shibori Dyeing On Silk and Cotton Fabric

    $50.00

    *This 72 page workbook comes in a convenient 3-ring binder with plastic covered recipe pages and places to save swatches and keep notes for years of use as your own personal hand dyeing journal and reference tool.

    *Prop it up or lay it flat to do your lessons.

    *Each lesson contains step-by-step, easy to follow instructions and color photographs that take the mystery out of dyeing cotton and silk textiles in this ancient Japanese art form.

    Outline: Supply List- Everything you need for the six lesson series and where to get it.

    Lesson One- Arashi dyeing by bunching the fabric onto props and then dyeing.

    Lesson Two-Bomaki dyeing using poles and coiling techniques.

    Lesson Three-Folding and dyeing.

    Lesson Four-Nui Shibori dyeing done by sewing and pleating.

    Lesson Five-More Nui techniques including wrapping beans or beads and tying knots.

    Lesson Six- Clamping and pleating techniques.

    *First edition.

    ALSO AVAILABLE IN PDF FORM FOR $45.95

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  24. Shibori Dyeing on Silk and Cotton Fabric-PDF format

    Shibori Dyeing Workbook-PDF Format

    $45.95

    This is the same workbook, Shibori Dyeing On Silk and Cotton Fabric, as featured above only in PDF form. Some of the photos have been removed to accomodate the file size of 2.4 MB.

    It contains 6 lessons.

    The PDF file will be sent to your email address within 24 hours of placing the order.

    No shipping fee.

    Lesson One-Three projects in Arashi style dyeing (scrunching onto props).

    Lesson Two-Three projects using Bomaki style dyeing (pole wrapping).

    Lesson Three-Three folding and dyeing techniques.

    Lesson Four- Three Nui (sewn and pleated) dyeing projects.

    Lesson Five- Two more Nui techniques.

    Lesson Six- Clamping and pleating projects.

    All silk and cotton dyeing is done using Procion MX fiber reactive dyes.

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  25. Tea, Spice, and Natural Dyes For Cotton and Silk Fibers-Workbook

    Tea, Spice, and Natural Dyes For Cotton and Silk Fibers-Workbook

    $40.00

    This workbook contains 36 pages of instructions with photographs of the process of tea staining, spice staining, how to use flowers, berries, juice, rust and other items to dye cotton and silk fibers. The workbook comes in a convenient 3-ring binder with plastic covered recipe pages and places to save swatches and keep notes for years of use as your own personal hand dyeing journal and reference tool.

    *Prop it up or lay it flat to do your lessons.

    *Each lesson contains step-by-step, easy to follow instructions and color photographs that take the mystery out of how to use natural products to dye cotton and silk textiles.

    Outline: Supply List- Everything you need for the four lesson series and where to get it.

    Lesson One- Tea Staining.

    Lesson Two-Spice Staining.

    Lesson Three-Flowers, Berries and Juice Staining.

    Lesson Four-Rust Staining and Using Commercial "food" products.

    *First edition.

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  26. Tea, Spice, and Natural Dyes For Cotton and Silk Fibers-PDF Format

    Tea, Spice, and Natural Dyes For Cotton and Silk Fibers-PDF Format

    $35.95

    This is the same information contained in the hard copy of the workbook Tea, Spice, and Natural Dyes For Cotton and Silk Fibers but in a PDF file format.

    This PDF workbook contains 4 lessons on how to dye using natural and not so natural items from the kitchen, garage, or garden.

     

    No shipping cost. It will be sent to your email address within 24 hours. Size of file-2.7 MB.

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  27. Dyeing Wool with Acid,Procion MX*, and Natural Dyes

    Dyeing Wool with Acid,Procion MX*, and Natural Dyes

    $45.00

    *This 72 page workbook comes in a convenient 3-ring binder with plastic covered pages in sleeves, and places to save swatches to keep notes for years of use as your own personal hand dyeing journal and reference tool.

    *Prop it up or lay it flat to do your lessons.

    *Each lesson contains step-by-step, easy to follow instructions and color photographs that take the mystery out of dyeing wool fibers.

    Outline: Supply List- Everything you need for the five lesson series and where to get it.

    You can chose to use wool yarn, roving, felt, flannel, or a combination of any and all wool products.

    Lesson One- The Basics, safety information, preparing the fiber, mixing the dyes for brilliant colors of the spectrum, dyeing three values on the same fiber, dyeing multiple colors on same fiber.

    Lesson Two-Dyeing pastel colors of the spectrum using dye stock solutions, dyeing three values on the same piece of wool, dyeing multiple colors on the same piece of wool, mottling.

    Lesson Three-Clamping, twisting, knotting and banding for shibori dyed effects, using old Procion MX dyes as acid dyes.

    Lesson Four-How to over dye new colors and revive drab ones. How to over dye using black to achieve new shades of colors.

    Lesson Five-Basic recipes for tea, spices, and natural dyes such as berries, flowers, onion skins and more.

    *First edition.

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