Link to HomeBrowse by Materials
Browse by Craft

Disperse Dyes

Disperse dyes can be used with various techniques and will readily colour synthetics such as polyester, nylon, cellulose acetate, vilene, synthetic velvets and PVC. They can also be used to colour plastic buttons and fastenings. Their effect is less potent on polyester, due to the molecular structure, allowing only pastel through to medium shades, however full colour can be achieved when heat transfer printing with disperse dyes. 

Show per page:
4 results, 1 pages 1
Fibrecrafts Disperse Dyes, 50g

Disperse dyes can be used with various techniques and will readily colour synthetics such as polyester, nylon, cellulose acetate, vilene, viscose, ...

Price (inc VAT): £9.00

Jacquard iDye Poly, 14g sachet

These 8 dye colours for polyester fabric can be used on the stove top. Dyeing fabric has never been easier - iDye comes in a sachet that dissolves ...

Price (inc VAT): £5.00

Polyester Fabric, per metre (120 cm wide)

This light weight silky polyester material is ideal for 3-dimensional shibori. Tie marbles, walnut shells, rice etc into the ...

Price (inc VAT): £5.30

WS Powder Dispersing Agent

Disperse dye particles have a tendency to stick together when boiled for a long period. Add a small quantity of dispersing agent to the dyebath ...

Price (inc VAT): £4.90

4 results, 1 pages 1
Follow our pages on:
visit Facebook.comvisit Twitter.comsee our Blog