Can you dye already dyed yarn?
When overdyeing an already dyed yarn, you will need to consider how the colors will blend. Is the original yarn a light tan or ecru color? Then you can probably dye it almost any color you want.
Can wool dye twice?
Very interesting is the fact that superwash yarns are able to go through a dye process twice without being damaged. I have over dyed several colors and they look stunning! However, this will only work when dyeing a lighter yarn into a darker color.
What is the best dye for wool?
The longest lasting, most wash-resistant, richest of hand dyes available for dyeing wool in the US are the Lanaset dyes. The Lanaset dyes comprise a selection of both acid dyes and fiber reactive dyes that are designed for wool. Unlike other dyes for wool, Lanaset dyes can be washed in hot water without fading badly.
At which stage does wool need to be dyed?
The two common stages for wool dyeing is right after washing or after spinning wool into skeins of yarn. If the dyeing occurs after the wool is washed then it is referred to as stock dyed wool. If the wool is dyed after it is spun into yarn then it is referred to as yarn dyed.
Does Dylon Work on wool?
Wool and silk can be dyed with Dylon Hand Fabric Dye. If you’re not sure whether a fabric is suitable for dyeing please give the friendly Dylon experts a call on 01737 742 020.
What is yarn package dyeing?
Yarn dyeing in package form is done under high pressure, this helps in forcing the dye liquor to penetrate to the core of the yarn. Most carded and combed yarn that is used for knitted outer wear is package dyed.