HAND DYED FABRICS

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We can do 3 step gradations in any of the colors we show as the six step gradations -
plus many others, just ask if you don't see what you're looking for!
Red Wine
Six step gradation, fat quarters.
$22.50
Red Wine
Six step gradation, half yard pieces.
$45.00
Claret
Three step gradation, half yard pieces.
$22.50
Burnt Orange
Four step gradation, half yard pieces.
$30.00
Black Cherry
Eight step gradation, fat quarters.
$30.00
Black Cherry
Eight step gradation, half yard pieces.
$60.00

Green
Six Step Half Yard Gradation, total 3 yards.
$45.00

Green
Six Step Fat Quarter gradation.
$22.50

Deep Green
Six Step Fat Quarter gradation.
$22.50

Yellow
Three step gradation, 1/2 yard pieces.
$22.50

Periwinkle Blue
Six Step Half Yard Gradation.
$45.00

Periwinkle Blue
Six Step Fat Quarter Gradation.
$22.50

Red-Violet
Six Step Half Yard Gradation.
$45.00

Red-Violet
Six Step Fat Quarter Gradation.
$22.50
Better Blue Green
Six 1/2 yard pieces gradation hand dyed fabric, total 3 yards,
$45.00
Lapis
Six 1/2 yard Lapis gradation hand dyed fabric pieces, total 3 yards.
$45.00

Deep Yellow
Three step gradation, 1/2 yard pieces.
$22.50
Plum
Ten fat quarters Plum gradation hand dyed fabric, total 2 1/2 yards
$37.50

Fire Red
Three step gradation, 1/2 yard pieces.
$22.50
Mulberry
Six 1/2 yard pieces Mulberry gradation hand dyed fabrics, total 3 yards
$45.00

Rust Orange
Three step gradation, 1/2 yard pieces.
$22.50
Fuchsia
Six 1/2 yard pieces Fuchsia gradation hand dyed fabrics, total 3 yards.
$45.00

Fuchsia
Six Step Fat Quarter Gradation.
$22.50
Cerulean Blue
Three step gradation, 1/2 yard pieces.
$22.50


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Note: Hand dyed fabrics are one of a kind. Each piece will be different and unique and color variations will occur from one dye lot to the next. If you are interested in a particular color, let us know as we can do custom dying. E-mail for more information.

We do recommend that you test the fabrics for colorfastness in your water.
After being dyed, we rinse the fabrics in water temperature between 125 & 140 degrees with Synthropol. However, one of the things every dyer and the dyeing books talk about is the different ways the dyes respond in different waters (different chemicals, minerals, etc.). As every quilter knows, some commercial fabrics bleed and run, others do not. You are likely to have similar experiences with any hand-dyed fabrics. Be safe. TEST.

If you do experience problems try two things: 1) use cold water and 2) wash with Synthropol a time or two, following the instructions on the bottle.



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