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How to dye with Procion Dyes. Procion dyes are best on fibres from plants – cotton, linen, rayon, bark, leaves, soy etc. They also do a fantastic job on silk. This is one of only a few different ways to dye your fabric. Different techniques generate different finishes and effects. Start here and play. Dyeing with Procion Dyes
How to dye a Rainbow with Procion Dyes. These instructions show you how to take any three dyes and produce a palette of colours. This is probably my favourite technique. I do this all the time with different colours. Start with Red, blue and yellow if you want, but try other colour combiniations as well. Send me photos of your finished dyeing if you like. I love show and tell! Dye a Rainbow Instructions
How to dye with Acid Dyes. These dyes are best for animal fibres such as wools, wool yarns and silk. Use these to get started. Like the Procion dye instructions above, this is just a start. Dyeing with Acid Dyes
Angelina Fibres – What are they? This information is far from definitive, but will give you enough to understand what the fibres are and the differences between the types. What is Angelina Fibre
How to make silk paper. Use silk top, silk hankies, caps batts or a combination of silk and other fibres to make sensational fabrics. Once dry, you can cut, stitch, embellish, applique etc this fabric. SENSATIONAL and quick and fun. Silk Paper
Applying Shiva Stiks with Stencils. Shiva stiks are a great way to add colour, texture and patterns to fabric. This is the first of several one page tutorials I will produce using these amazing products. Applying Shiva Stiks with a Stencil and Brush