[Ansteorra] Looking for a Laurel

Lisa May maaggie1 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 19 13:56:33 PST 2008

You can also go to dharmatradingcompany.com and order a color fixative
specifically designed for dying fabrics.  I've found it works very
well on fabrics you dye as well as your store-bought clothing, and
it's worth the price.  There are also lots of other cool dye related
products, tips and techniques at the web site.


On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 3:16 PM, Sher M <runa.herd at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Also dark colors can be "set" by adding vinegar to the wash.  There is also
> a wonderful product that will 'soak up' excess dye from commerically
> purchased fabric called Shout Color Catcher.  You just throw one or two in
> the wash with the fabric.  Sigh... wish I had found it sooner...
> Runa of The Thundering Herd
> http://runa-herd.livejournal.com
> www.bedlambazaar.com
> http://thethunderingherd.net
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "HerrDetlef"
> and remember to wash the fabric before cutting and stitching
> together--otherwise the colors will bleed all over each other, particularly
> the red.  (One trick I've heard is to put a handful of salt in the water
> when you wash the red the first time....that will slow down but not halt the
> bleeding)
> Pax et bonum,
> Detlef von Marburg
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