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Landscape Dye Recipe Shades Collection | 120 Dye Colour Recipes 1% Solution | Landscape Acid Dyes NZ AUS | How to Dye Wool Yarn Silk Nylon

Landscape Dye Recipe Shades Collection | 120 Dye Colour Recipes 1% Solution | Landscape Acid Dyes NZ AUS | How to Dye Wool Yarn Silk Nylon

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Landscape acid dye primaries are mixed to create 120 new dye colour recipes. Experiment using different shades of yarn to achieve colour variations. Double the recipes to achieve brighter hues. Create many shades in every colour, light or dark! Download the PDF, print and staple your samples. This is the perfect starting point for a beginner dyer. Learn how to dye wool and begin to understand the basics of mixing Landscape Acid Dye primaries.

+ Measure out in mls or grams.
+ Make dye solutions. 1g dye + 100ml water.
+ Instructions for test dyeing small 1g samples.
+ Basic dye recipe instructions.


1 x Downloadable PDF 120 Shades Dye Recipes using only three Landscape Acid Dye colours.


Landscape Acid Dye Wattle
Landscape Acid Dye Galah
Landscape Acid Dye Opal
Landscape Acid Dye Tanbark (Optional).
Tanbark is added to the recipes to tone down the colours. To brighten them up, remove Tanbark from the recipe.

Please review listing before purchase. Please get in touch if you have any questions before purchasing. There are no returns or exchanges on digital files. Once you purchase you will have access to the PDF and it is not possible to return or exchange the product :)


The colours according to the recipes were mixed, recorded and then tested on 1g of white wool yarn. Screen colour photo to actual yarn sample varies. I recommend dyeing small samples of each colour and attaching them to the printed file, storing you're recipes in a binder, away from sunlight.


As a graphic designer turned fibre artist and with background in colour theory, I have always loved colour and absolutely love mixing dyes. This colour collection was created using a systematic approach. The colours in this collection were mixed, recorded and then tested on 1g of natural ecru wool yarn fibre. You can experiment by over dyeing white, grey and other shades of natural yarn. Colours can appear different on different fibre types. For example, I have found the colours to appear more vibrant on bright white Mohair yarn, deeper on Merino 4ply and less vibrant on uncombed wool roving.


Purchase the order on Etsy. Download the PDF File.

Download your Digital PDF.

2. DYE!
Make solutions and begin dyeing your fibre!


Adjust the recipes to achieve your favourite colour.
Save Digital PDF File to your phone or computer for easy reference.
Print and attach your yarn sample.
Store your dye recipes in a folder.


Please get in touch and I can help you with any questions you might have.


Need help with Canva or any other design tools for your fibre business? Please get in touch.By purchasing these dye recipes, you agree to use them for personal, non-commercial purposes only and not to reproduce, redistribute, or resell them.You can sell your hand dyed yarn, dyed fibre or artwork using these recipes. You agree to not copy and sell these dye recipes.

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