30g pottle of non-toxic dye powder suitable for use with protein fibres (e.g. wool, alpaca, silk, nylon).
Safe to use in your kitchen when accompanied by a food grade acid such as vinegar or citric acid. Dyes all protein fibres. Dye is not permanent until set with heat and acid (e.g. vinegar or citric acid). It is still advisable to keep separate containers and implements for dyeing but these dyes are much safer than most wool dyes and are suitable for use with children.
2g dyes 100g of yarn or fibre to the intensity shown in the images here. Use much less for paler shades, more for stronger colour. A little goes a long way with these intensely coloured powders. Dyes can be mixed for a broad range of colours.
Set these dyes on wool and other protein fibres with heat and acid.
If you are new to dyeing, have a look at the following resources to get you started: