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Wool Dyeing Starter Kit with British Blue Faced Leicester DK Yarn

Wool Dyeing Starter Kit with British Blue Faced Leicester DK Yarn

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The kit is ideal for trying out dyeing of wool (fibre, yarn or fabric) using the equipment you already have in your kitchen. The dyeing is carried out using very concentrated food colours so is safe to do in your kitchen. There’s no need to wear a mask or buy dedicated pots and utensils to try out dyeing.

★ Safely dye wool in your kitchen.

★ Kit includes very concentrated food colour, enough to dye approximately 1KG of wool.

★ No special equipment is needed. Use what’s already in your kitchen to dye.

★ Kit includes a detailed 16 page instruction booklet. Illustrated with photography throughout, it gives an overview of the dyeing process and detailed instructions for dyeing in: a microwave, an oven and a slow cooker.

★ Contents of instruction booklet:
- About the dyes (page 2)
- Glossary (page 2)
- Kit contents and additional materials (page 3)
- Dyeing overview (page 4-5)
- Preparing wool for dyeing (page 6)
- Oven dyeing (page 8-9)
- Microwave dyeing (page 10-11)
- Slow cooker (page 12-13)
- Tips and information (pages 14-15)

★ Kit includes three primary colours, selected so that you can dye a colourful rainbow.

★ The food colours can be mixed and blended to create a wide spectrum of colours.

★ Kit includes 100g British Blue Faced Leicester DK yarn to get you started dyeing.

★ Just add vinegar (you’ll need 80ml of distilled white vinegar to dye 100g of wool).

Last picture shows some of the colours that can be achieved with the kit

Hand-dyed wool may not be as lightfast as commercially dyed wool. Please keep finished items out of direct sunlight.
The kit is ideal for trying out dyeing of wool (fibre, yarn or fabric) using the equipment you already have in your kitchen. The dyeing is carried out using very concentrated food colours so is safe to do in your kitchen. There’s no need to wear a mask or buy dedicated pots and utensils to try out dyeing.

★ Safely dye wool in your kitchen.

★ Kit includes very concentrated food colour, enough to dye approximately 1KG of wool.

★ No special equipment is needed. Use what’s already in your kitchen to dye.

★ Kit includes a detailed 16 page instruction booklet. Illustrated with photography throughout, it gives an overview of the dyeing process and detailed instructions for dyeing in: a microwave, an oven and a slow cooker.

★ Contents of instruction booklet:
- About the dyes (page 2)
- Glossary (page 2)
- Kit contents and additional materials (page 3)
- Dyeing overview (page 4-5)
- Preparing wool for dyeing (page 6)
- Oven dyeing (page 8-9)
- Microwave dyeing (page 10-11)
- Slow cooker (page 12-13)
- Tips and information (pages 14-15)

★ Kit includes three primary colours, selected so that you can dye a colourful rainbow.

★ The food colours can be mixed and blended to create a wide spectrum of colours.

★ Kit includes 100g British Blue Faced Leicester DK yarn to get you started dyeing.

★ Just add vinegar (you’ll need 80ml of distilled white vinegar to dye 100g of wool).

Last picture shows some of the colours that can be achieved with the kit

Hand-dyed wool may not be as lightfast as commercially dyed wool. Please keep finished items out of direct sunlight.

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