Dye-na-flow paints -has anyone used these on wool? FUN

I have used these on silk and cotton with great results, especially silk. They are really thin-like water- and don’t have to be steamed. Great for experimenting with resists, salts and shibori painting. You do have to iron to set them -like a fabric paint. But really these are much more like a dye. Has anyone used these on wool? What happened? The label says all fabrics, but doesn’t mention wool specifically. It’s made/available through Jacquard/Rupert, Gibbon and Spyder, and probably available at Dharma Trading.

About Marjorie

I dye, print and sell my work here: www.printanddyeworkshop.com printanddyeworkshop.etsy.com
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1 Response to Dye-na-flow paints -has anyone used these on wool? FUN

  1. pennross says:

    sounds like an art supply item…I’ll look it up.Thanks again!!

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