I used this fabulous kit for low immersion dyeing. Each kit makes 30 fat eighths and it comes in 12 colorways! I bought my kit at a quilt shop a long time ago but I did find them online at Pro Chemical and Dye. You`ll need a couple of uninterrupted hours to do this.The first thing to do is gather your supplies and read the instructions over. Yes, I did say read the instructions. (I usually skip this part myself but in this case it`s a good idea to read it over.) One thing to note is that you should buy the best quality of PFD cotton that you can. The better the quality the better your color will be.
This is the very abbreviated version of how to do it...
First you stuff your fat eighths into small containers and make your dye mixes. The instructions are straight forward and easy but there is a lot of measuring involved so you`ll need to keep your attention on your measuring spoon! One tip is be careful when adding the dye powder...it can fly in a breeze. I did mine in the garage. I`m a little clumsy so I didn`t want to take chances on dripping dye in the house.
Next you pour each dye mixture over one of the 30 fat eighths.
Already it is a WOW! Then you need to set the dye, cover them up and let them sit overnight.
The next day you rinse, wash and dry them and this is what you get...
They are soft, beautiful and I can`t wait to use them.
If you are wanting to try dyeing without committing to a lot of supplies, this is a great way to do it.