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Kitty Love
Kitty Love
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Join date : 2018-05-19
Age : 45
Location : North East Scotland

Experiments in dye Empty Experiments in dye

on Sun Nov 24, 2019 8:51 am
Dye somehow never quite turns out how you think, hence this page. Also, after dyeing, RINSE OUT YOUR DYE PAN!!! I mean boil water in the pan, then tip out & rinse in hot water. Otherwise residue from your previous lot WILL contaminate the new lot (a real pain with the likes of Kentucky Sky!!!). Here are a few of my experiments in dye, as demonstrated on Discord.
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Yellow fail (possibility of green contamination)
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Glitter vs Plain (featuring Sapphire)
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First dyeing experience (featuring green)
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Four different colours
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Glitter vs Plain 2 in green
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Too much purple??? (aka how I learned to keep an eye on purple projects)
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Teal, pink & red, plus Apoxie dyes!!!
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Successful yellow (drop of sandstone helped), also featuring orange & red
Posted so it helps others with some of the basics.
Ponybookworm
Ponybookworm
Kitty Love
Kitty Love
Posts : 223
Points : 299
Join date : 2018-05-19
Age : 45
Location : North East Scotland

Experiments in dye Empty Re: Experiments in dye

on Mon Dec 02, 2019 9:01 am
Note: Apoxie dyes well unless you're using Royal Purple, then it dyes a different colour (ink blue). Be warned!!!
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