Jacquard Acid Yarn Dyes - 27 Colors
Cant find yarn in a color you like? Dont worry, we have you covered with these colorfast dyes. They will brilliantly color any protein fiber (wool, alpaca, cashmere, silk) and nylon. Simply choose from our selection of Bare yarns and dye with one or several of the 27 colors shown. Try the Starter Set of 6 colors to experience a nice range of colors, or you can play with blending dyes to get a custom color. Each 1/2 oz. jar will dye approximately 2 lbs (900 grams) of fiber, depending on the depth of shade.
Use our natural yarns and try dyeing for the first time by following the directions in our Kool-Aid® Dyeing Tutorial, Jacquard® Dye Tutorial. or our Gradated Dyeing Tutorial.
Download the manufacturer's instructions to learn more about the process.
We know it's obvious, but also worth repeating: Final color results may vary. (Sometimes surprises can be tremendously pleasing, but if you are not happy with the results, don't despair. Overdyeing can cover a multitude of mistakes!)
Kelley interviews Melissa about creating hand dyed yarn in podcast episode 38.
Alison uses Jacquard acid dyes to dye roving. Check out her handspun here.
Take a look at Tina's Hot Out of the Oven spiral potholders in Bare Peruvian Wool Worsted Weight dyed with Emerald and a sprinkling of Sapphire Blue Jacquard Acid Dyes.
Tina also hand dyed the yarn for these socks and these socks using Jacquard Acid dyes in Chestnut, Emerald, Gold Ochre, Burgundy, and Burnt Orange.
Melissa dyed Bare Superwash DK for this cute sheep hat for Katie's baby shower using Gold Ochre, Emerald, Turquoise, and Sky Blue Jacquard Acid dyes.