How to Dye Ombre or Gradient Yarn

/
Today, we will be discussing how to hand dye yarn into a gradient or ombre pattern with affordable materials!

A Complete Guide for Hand Dyeing Yarn for Beginners – Explained!

/
I have lined up a complete guide on how you can hand dye yarn at home step by step, including some additional comprehension on yarn dying.

Water Repellency Test of Fabric by Spray Rating Tester

/
Water repellency is a function of fabric that describes the resistance of the fabric to surface wetting & water penetration; in easy words, it measures non-spreading characteristics of water droplets on the material surface.

Can You Dye Rayon

/
As rayon is a cellulosic regenerated fiber, all the dyes that work on cotton are applicable along with more brilliant and deeper shades.
how to dye acrylic

How to Dye Acrylic Yarn and Fabric

/
Disperse dyes are the best choice for dyeing acrylic because of its easy application process and non-toxic nature. Whereas, basic dyes should only be selected when you need to dye deep shades and toxicity isn't a concern for you.
how to dye wool yarn

How to Dye Wool?

/
Learning how to dye wool will also enable you to dye other protein fibers as well since the process is pretty much the same.

Dye Colour Mixing Chart with Dye Mixing Formula

/
For practical applications, there are three primary colors available, i.e., red, yellow, and blue, as the human eye is trichromatic. They are mixed to create the other available colors. Three secondary colors, green, orange, and violet, are also available.

9 Easy Tie Dye Ideas for Beginners at Home

/
For a beginner, tie dyeing may seem daunting. That's why we'll cover the easy tie dye patterns for beginners first and will also instruct you to achieve them with minimal effort.

Denim Dyeing with Indigo Dyes

/
Denim garments were first to become very popular during the 18th century due to its durability and the resistance to tearing. Now denim has become a part of modern culture and fashion from ordinary cloth. Denim has embraced in our daily life like no other.

What’s the Difference Between Mordants and Other Chemical Assistants Used in Dyeing?

/
Mordants are metal ions that facilitate the bonding of the natural dyestuffs to the fiber. Generally, the molecules of the natural dyes will not adhere to the fiber without the help of mordants. Initially, you may get a beautiful result, but it will be washed out or faded away soon.