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9.20.2006

Dye your own

bottle_1_200wWe just received a shipment of Jacquard Acid Dyes in every available color so now you use our undyed mill yarns to create your own custom colored and variegated yarns. Acid dyes are probably the easiest and most inexpensive way to dye yarns, all you need is vinegar and a source of heat. The most common way of using acid dyes is in a pot on your stove, but you can also create a concentrate of the dye, water and vinegar and hand paint your yarns and then use your oven, microwave, or dishwasher to apply the heat needed to set the colors. Here is a great article from Knitty all about using acid dyes.

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