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  • Chestnut Extract - 16oz - Wholesale
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    Chestnut Extract - 16oz - Wholesale

    $40.95

    Chestnut Extract - Chestnut trees grow in many parts of the world and contain a great source of tannin. They dye a warm brown colour. This dye is also well known for it’s ability to dye silk black with the addition of logwood and an iron mordant. Dyeing: 

    Mordanting: use alum mordant at 15% WOF for both protein and cellulose fibres (there is enough tannin in chestnut so mordanting with tannin may not required).

    Dyeing: Use extract on mordanted fiber at 5-10% WOF.

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    • Chestnut Extract 1oz
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      Chestnut Extract 1oz

      $4.40

      Chestnut Extract - Chestnut trees grow in many parts of the world and contain a great source of tannin. They dye a warm brown colour. This dye is also well known for it’s ability to dye silk black with the addition of logwood and an iron mordant. Dyeing: 

      Mordanting: use alum mordant at 15% WOF for both protein and cellulose fibres (there is enough tannin in chestnut so mordanting with tannin may not required).

      Dyeing: Use extract on mordanted fiber at 5-10% WOF.

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      • Chestnut Extract 2oz
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        Chestnut Extract 2oz

        $7.75

        Chestnut Extract - Chestnut trees grow in many parts of the world and contain a great source of tannin. They dye a warm brown colour. This dye is also well known for it’s ability to dye silk black with the addition of logwood and an iron mordant. Dyeing: 

        Mordanting: use alum mordant at 15% WOF for both protein and cellulose fibres (there is enough tannin in chestnut so mordanting with tannin may not required).

        Dyeing: Use extract on mordanted fiber at 5-10% WOF.

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        • Chestnut Extract 4oz
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          Chestnut Extract 4oz

          $14.40

          Chestnut Extract - Chestnut trees grow in many parts of the world and contain a great source of tannin. They dye a warm brown colour. This dye is also well known for it’s ability to dye silk black with the addition of logwood and an iron mordant. Dyeing: 

          Mordanting: use alum mordant at 15% WOF for both protein and cellulose fibres (there is enough tannin in chestnut so mordanting with tannin may not required).

          Dyeing: Use extract on mordanted fiber at 5-10% WOF. 

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          • Chestnut Extract 8oz
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            Chestnut Extract 8oz

            $27.70

            Chestnut Extract - Chestnut trees grow in many parts of the world and contain a great source of tannin. They dye a warm brown colour. This dye is also well known for it’s ability to dye silk black with the addition of logwood and an iron mordant. Dyeing: 

            Mordanting: use alum mordant at 15% WOF for both protein and cellulose fibres (there is enough tannin in chestnut so mordanting with tannin may not required).

            Dyeing: Use extract on mordanted fiber at 5-10% WOF.

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            • Copper Sulfate Crystals - 1 oz
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              Copper Sulfate Crystals - 1 oz

              $2.20

              Copper sulfate, when used as a mordant is similar to iron in darkening the dye colors but it is less harsh on the fibers. Copper sulfate is sometimes listed as copper sulphate or copper vitriol.

              Copper sulfate can be used on all fibers and usually improves the color fastness of plant dyes.

              Copper sulfate tends to make colors greener or browner in tone.

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            • Copper Sulfate Crystals - 16 oz - Wholesale
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              Copper sulfate, when used as a mordant is similar to iron in darkening the dye colors but it is less harsh on the fibers. Copper sulfate is sometimes listed as copper sulphate or copper vitriol.

              Copper sulfate can be used on all fibers and usually improves the color fastness of plant dyes.

              Copper sulfate tends to make colors greener or browner in tone.

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            • Copper Sulfate Crystals - 2 oz
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              Copper Sulfate Crystals - 2 oz

              $2.60

              Copper sulfate, when used as a mordant is similar to iron in darkening the dye colors but it is less harsh on the fibers. Copper sulfate is sometimes listed as copper sulphate or copper vitriol.

              Copper sulfate can be used on all fibers and usually improves the color fastness of plant dyes.

              Copper sulfate tends to make colors greener or browner in tone.

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            • Copper Sulfate Crystals - 4 oz
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              Copper Sulfate Crystals - 4 oz

              $4.10

              Copper sulfate, when used as a mordant is similar to iron in darkening the dye colors but it is less harsh on the fibers. Copper sulfate is sometimes listed as copper sulphate or copper vitriol.

              Copper sulfate can be used on all fibers and usually improves the color fastness of plant dyes.

              Copper sulfate tends to make colors greener or browner in tone.

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            • Copper Sulfate Crystals - 8 oz
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              Copper Sulfate Crystals - 8 oz

              $7.45

              Copper sulfate, when used as a mordant is similar to iron in darkening the dye colors but it is less harsh on the fibers. Copper sulfate is sometimes listed as copper sulphate or copper vitriol.

              Copper sulfate can be used on all fibers and usually improves the color fastness of plant dyes.

              Copper sulfate tends to make colors greener or browner in tone.

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            • Copper Sulfate Powder - 1 oz
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              Copper Sulfate Powder - 1 oz

              $1.95

              Copper sulfate, when used as a mordant is similar to iron in darkening the dye colors but it is less harsh on the fibers. Copper sulfate is sometimes listed as copper sulphate or copper vitriol.

              Copper sulfate can be used on all fibers and usually improves the color fastness of plant dyes.

              Copper sulfate tends to make colors greener or browner in tone.

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            • Copper Sulfate Powder - 16 oz - Wholesale
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              Copper sulfate, when used as a mordant is similar to iron in darkening the dye colors but it is less harsh on the fibers. Copper sulfate is sometimes listed as copper sulphate or copper vitriol.

              Copper sulfate can be used on all fibers and usually improves the color fastness of plant dyes.

              Copper sulfate tends to make colors greener or browner in tone.

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            • Copper Sulfate Powder - 2 oz
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              Copper Sulfate Powder - 2 oz

              $2.10

              Copper sulfate, when used as a mordant is similar to iron in darkening the dye colors but it is less harsh on the fibers. Copper sulfate is sometimes listed as copper sulphate or copper vitriol.

              Copper sulfate can be used on all fibers and usually improves the color fastness of plant dyes.

              Copper sulfate tends to make colors greener or browner in tone.

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            • Copper Sulfate Powder - 4 oz
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              Copper Sulfate Powder - 4 oz

              $2.45

              Copper sulfate, when used as a mordant is similar to iron in darkening the dye colors but it is less harsh on the fibers. Copper sulfate is sometimes listed as copper sulphate or copper vitriol.

              Copper sulfate can be used on all fibers and usually improves the color fastness of plant dyes.

              Copper sulfate tends to make colors greener or browner in tone.

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            • Copper Sulfate Powder - 8 oz
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              Copper Sulfate Powder - 8 oz

              $3.50

              Copper sulfate, when used as a mordant is similar to iron in darkening the dye colors but it is less harsh on the fibers. Copper sulfate is sometimes listed as copper sulphate or copper vitriol.

              Copper sulfate can be used on all fibers and usually improves the color fastness of plant dyes.

              Copper sulfate tends to make colors greener or browner in tone.

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            • Cutch Extract 16 oz - Wholesale
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              Cutch Extract 16 oz - Wholesale

              $18.15

              Cutch Extract is produced by soaking the wood of the Acacia Catechu tree in hot water until a syrupy liquid emerges. It is then dries and ground into a fine powder. It ca be found throughout India, Burma, Indonesia and Peru. This extract is easily soluble in water.

              • Dye Amount: 20-50% WOF for a medium depth of shade
              • Color: brown, cinnamon, nutmeg and clove
              • Light fastness: Excellent
              • Wash fastness: Excelent
              • Mordant
                • Alum mordant at 15% WOF for protein fibers
                • Alum mordant at 15% WOF for cellulose fibers
                • Tannin mordant is not required. 
              • Dyeing
                • Dissolve the powdered cutch in boiling water and add it to dye bath.
                • Deeper colors can be achieved by first soaking the cutch extract in a weak mixture of caustic soda.
                • Add 1 tsp lye or sodium hydroxide to 1 gallon of water. Soak for 1 hour.
                • Add more water and neutralize with acetic acid or vinegar to pH7. Add this neutral solution to the dye bath.
                • Add fibers to the dye bath and simmer at low temperature for 2 hours.
                • Cutch does not easily exhaust and dyebaths can be used multiple times for lighter shades.
              • Variations
                • Alum mordant yields toffee browns.
                • The addition of iron at 2-4% WOF yields chocolate browns
                • Soda ash rinse will redden the cutch color.
                • Addition of 2% WOF hydrogen peroxide during the final 15 minutes of dyeing will darken cutch considerably.
                • Allowing the fiber to cool down and sit in the dye bath overnight will give the darkest shades.
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            • Cutch Extract 1oz
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              Cutch Extract 1oz

              $2.50

              Cutch Extract is produced by soaking the wood of the Acacia Catechu tree in hot water until a syrupy liquid emerges. It is then dries and ground into a fine powder. It ca be found throughout India, Burma, Indonesia and Peru. This extract is easily soluble in water.

              • Dye Amount: 20-50% WOF for a medium depth of shade
              • Color: brown, cinnamon, nutmeg and clove
              • Light fastness: Excellent
              • Wash fastness: Excelent
              • Mordant
                • Alum mordant at 15% WOF for protein fibers
                • Alum mordant at 15% WOF for cellulose fibers
                • Tannin mordant is not required. 
              • Dyeing
                • Dissolve the powdered cutch in boiling water and add it to dye bath.
                • Deeper colors can be achieved by first soaking the cutch extract in a weak mixture of caustic soda.
                • Add 1 tsp lye or sodium hydroxide to 1 gallon of water. Soak for 1 hour.
                • Add more water and neutralize with acetic acid or vinegar to pH7. Add this neutral solution to the dye bath.
                • Add fibers to the dye bath and simmer at low temperature for 2 hours.
                • Cutch does not easily exhaust and dyebaths can be used multiple times for lighter shades.
              • Variations
                • Alum mordant yields toffee browns.
                • The addition of iron at 2-4% WOF yields chocolate browns
                • Soda ash rinse will redden the cutch color.
                • Addition of 2% WOF hydrogen peroxide during the final 15 minutes of dyeing will darken cutch considerably.
                • Allowing the fiber to cool down and sit in the dye bath overnight will give the darkest shades.
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            • Cutch Extract 2oz
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              Cutch Extract 2oz

              $3.60

              Cutch Extract is produced by soaking the wood of the Acacia Catechu tree in hot water until a syrupy liquid emerges. It is then dries and ground into a fine powder. It ca be found throughout India, Burma, Indonesia and Peru. This extract is easily soluble in water.

              • Dye Amount: 20-50% WOF for a medium depth of shade
              • Color: brown, cinnamon, nutmeg and clove
              • Light fastness: Excellent
              • Wash fastness: Excelent
              • Mordant
                • Alum mordant at 15% WOF for protein fibers
                • Alum mordant at 15% WOF for cellulose fibers
                • Tannin mordant is not required. 
              • Dyeing
                • Dissolve the powdered cutch in boiling water and add it to dye bath.
                • Deeper colors can be achieved by first soaking the cutch extract in a weak mixture of caustic soda.
                • Add 1 tsp lye or sodium hydroxide to 1 gallon of water. Soak for 1 hour.
                • Add more water and neutralize with acetic acid or vinegar to pH7. Add this neutral solution to the dye bath.
                • Add fibers to the dye bath and simmer at low temperature for 2 hours.
                • Cutch does not easily exhaust and dyebaths can be used multiple times for lighter shades.
              • Variations
                • Alum mordant yields toffee browns.
                • The addition of iron at 2-4% WOF yields chocolate browns
                • Soda ash rinse will redden the cutch color.
                • Addition of 2% WOF hydrogen peroxide during the final 15 minutes of dyeing will darken cutch considerably.
                • Allowing the fiber to cool down and sit in the dye bath overnight will give the darkest shades.
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            • Cutch Extract 4 oz
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              Cutch Extract 4 oz

              $6.55

              Cutch Extract is produced by soaking the wood of the Acacia Catechu tree in hot water until a syrupy liquid emerges. It is then dries and ground into a fine powder. It ca be found throughout India, Burma, Indonesia and Peru. This extract is easily soluble in water.

              • Dye Amount: 20-50% WOF for a medium depth of shade
              • Color: brown, cinnamon, nutmeg and clove
              • Light fastness: Excellent
              • Wash fastness: Excelent
              • Mordant
                • Alum mordant at 15% WOF for protein fibers
                • Alum mordant at 15% WOF for cellulose fibers
                • Tannin mordant is not required. 
              • Dyeing
                • Dissolve the powdered cutch in boiling water and add it to dye bath.
                • Deeper colors can be achieved by first soaking the cutch extract in a weak mixture of caustic soda.
                • Add 1 tsp lye or sodium hydroxide to 1 gallon of water. Soak for 1 hour.
                • Add more water and neutralize with acetic acid or vinegar to pH7. Add this neutral solution to the dye bath.
                • Add fibers to the dye bath and simmer at low temperature for 2 hours.
                • Cutch does not easily exhaust and dyebaths can be used multiple times for lighter shades.
              • Variations
                • Alum mordant yields toffee browns.
                • The addition of iron at 2-4% WOF yields chocolate browns
                • Soda ash rinse will redden the cutch color.
                • Addition of 2% WOF hydrogen peroxide during the final 15 minutes of dyeing will darken cutch considerably.
                • Allowing the fiber to cool down and sit in the dye bath overnight will give the darkest shades.
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            • Cutch Extract 8 oz
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              Cutch Extract 8 oz

              $12.30

              Cutch Extract is produced by soaking the wood of the Acacia Catechu tree in hot water until a syrupy liquid emerges. It is then dries and ground into a fine powder. It ca be found throughout India, Burma, Indonesia and Peru. This extract is easily soluble in water.

              • Dye Amount: 20-50% WOF for a medium depth of shade
              • Color: brown, cinnamon, nutmeg and clove
              • Light fastness: Excellent
              • Wash fastness: Excelent
              • Mordant
                • Alum mordant at 15% WOF for protein fibers
                • Alum mordant at 15% WOF for cellulose fibers
                • Tannin mordant is not required. 
              • Dyeing
                • Dissolve the powdered cutch in boiling water and add it to dye bath.
                • Deeper colors can be achieved by first soaking the cutch extract in a weak mixture of caustic soda.
                • Add 1 tsp lye or sodium hydroxide to 1 gallon of water. Soak for 1 hour.
                • Add more water and neutralize with acetic acid or vinegar to pH7. Add this neutral solution to the dye bath.
                • Add fibers to the dye bath and simmer at low temperature for 2 hours.
                • Cutch does not easily exhaust and dyebaths can be used multiple times for lighter shades.
              • Variations
                • Alum mordant yields toffee browns.
                • The addition of iron at 2-4% WOF yields chocolate browns
                • Soda ash rinse will redden the cutch color.
                • Addition of 2% WOF hydrogen peroxide during the final 15 minutes of dyeing will darken cutch considerably.
                • Allowing the fiber to cool down and sit in the dye bath overnight will give the darkest shades.
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            • Ground Turmeric - 16oz - Wholesale
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              Ground Turmeric - 16oz - Wholesale

              $14.70

              Turmeric is one of the easiest Dyes to work with. A great dye for beginners, it works especially well on animal or plant-based fibers such as silk, wool and cotton, and easily fixes itself to the material with or without a mordant, ranging from bright yellow with no mordant to dark green with an iron modifier. Another plus: it’s a dye that does not require heat – cold water works well for turmeric, and for darker and more orange shades, heat can be applied.

              Also known as Indian saffron, Turmeric has been used in Indian cuisine for thousands of years and is found in many foods as a food coloring.

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            • Ground Turmeric - 1oz
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              Ground Turmeric - 1oz

              $2.35

              Turmeric is one of the easiest Dyes to work with. A great dye for beginners, it works especially well on animal or plant-based fibers such as silk, wool and cotton, and easily fixes itself to the material with or without a mordant, ranging from bright yellow with no mordant to dark green with an iron modifier. Another plus: it’s a dye that does not require heat – cold water works well for turmeric, and for darker and more orange shades, heat can be applied.

              Also known as Indian saffron, Turmeric has been used in Indian cuisine for thousands of years and is found in many foods as a food coloring.

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            • Ground Turmeric - 2oz
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              Ground Turmeric - 2oz

              $3.05

              Turmeric is one of the easiest Dyes to work with. A great dye for beginners, it works especially well on animal or plant-based fibers such as silk, wool and cotton, and easily fixes itself to the material with or without a mordant, ranging from bright yellow with no mordant to dark green with an iron modifier. Another plus: it’s a dye that does not require heat – cold water works well for turmeric, and for darker and more orange shades, heat can be applied.

              Also known as Indian saffron, Turmeric has been used in Indian cuisine for thousands of years and is found in many foods as a food coloring.

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            • Ground Turmeric - 4oz
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              Ground Turmeric - 4oz

              $5.40

              Turmeric is one of the easiest Dyes to work with. A great dye for beginners, it works especially well on animal or plant-based fibers such as silk, wool and cotton, and easily fixes itself to the material with or without a mordant, ranging from bright yellow with no mordant to dark green with an iron modifier. Another plus: it’s a dye that does not require heat – cold water works well for turmeric, and for darker and more orange shades, heat can be applied.

              Also known as Indian saffron, Turmeric has been used in Indian cuisine for thousands of years and is found in many foods as a food coloring.

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