RIT All Purpose Powdered Fabric Dye, 1 1/8 oz
With this powdered RIT dye, you can do all the usual things you could do with the liquid dye, but the really special thing about the powder dye is that you can use it for ice dyeing.
How to Ice Dye
Bunch up your clothing or fabric on a grill or something the will let the water drip through, pile ice on top of your fabric, then sprinkle the powder on top of the ice. As the ice melts it will dissolve the powder and carry the dye through your fabric creating an organic and unpredictable pattern. (Please note: you can only ice dye natural fabrics, such as cotton, linen, wool, silk and ramie, and also rayon and nylon.)
Use RIT powder dye to rejuvenate old garments- darken up those faded black jeans, give that old vintage dress a whole new color, or brighten up plain sneakers. Create your own home accessories by shibori dyeing pillow covers, dip dyeing curtains and sheers, or tie dyeing your own towels!
You can also use this versatile dye on non fabric items- I like to use it as a stain for my wooden craft beads, dip dye gift tags, stain crepe paper, use it with stencils, you can even stain dried flowers with it.
There are many techniques you can use for dyeing throw it in your washing machine, dissolve it in a sink or bucket of water, dye in a pot on your stovetop, or fill up some squirt bottles and tye dye.
This package contains 1 1/8 ounces of powdered dye. Enough to dye 1 lb of dry weight fabric, or 3 yards of medium weight fabric.
Made in USA.
Conforms to ASTM D4236
Please note: If you're dyeing Cotton, Rayon, Ramie or Linen you'll need to add Salt to your dye and water mixture. If you're dyeing Nylon, Silk, or Wool- you'll need to add vinegar.
Cotton, Linen, Silk, Wool, Ramie, Rayon, Viscose, Nylon, Modal, Tulle, Wood, Paper, Cork, Hemp, Dried Flowers, Plastic