Reddit Reddit reviews Jacquard Indigo Tie Dye Kit (Mini)

We found 10 Reddit comments about Jacquard Indigo Tie Dye Kit (Mini). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Fabric Dyes
Fabric Decorating
Arts, Crafts & Sewing
Jacquard Indigo Tie Dye Kit (Mini)
Includes everything you need except the fabric, Jacquard's Pre-Reduced Indigo-Reducing agent, gloves, rubber bands, 2 wood blocks, quick start instructions, Cultural overview of indigoDyes up to 15 yards or 5 lb. of fabric, or 15 t-shirtsDye bath lasts for several weeksWith a resurgence of interest in indigo and ethnic patterning in the fashion world, this kit is sure to be a winnerConforms to ASTM D-4236Jacquard's Indigo Tie Dye Kit comes with enough dye to color up to 15 natural-fiber 5-shirts or 15 yards of fabricWith this fun group activity, you can create unique, one-of-a-kind designsContains 20g of indigo dye, 250g of reducing agent, 1 pair of gloves, 2 stir sticks, rubber bands, and instruction bookletMade in the USA; Conforms to ASTM D4236; For ages 8 and up with adult supervisionFor over 30 years, Jacquard has been the leading manufacturer of artist quality textile, mixed media and craft products
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10 Reddit comments about Jacquard Indigo Tie Dye Kit (Mini):

u/Billthebutchr · 3 pointsr/rawdenim

Tbh it's quite simple. Just purchase this and follow the steps.

u/captainpurple · 2 pointsr/rawdenim

I used this kit earlier this summer. Here's some photos of the process.

u/even_keel · 2 pointsr/rawdenim
u/Illannoyin1 · 2 pointsr/rawdenim

For starters, I used this dye kit because it was cheap and easy. Once the vat's set up, I soaked the shoes in warm water, dipped them in the vat for 30 seconds making sure the whole surface was covered, then (very quickly) rinsed them off in a tub of clean water. Let them oxidize and repeat about ten times, or until you're satisfied.

u/d4mini0n · 1 pointr/rawdenim

If I remember correctly /u/mfarmtown uses/used this one. Correct me if I'm wrong though.

u/LittleHelperRobot · 1 pointr/rawdenim

Non-mobile: this one.

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u/zenossuspension · 1 pointr/rawdenim

I wouldn't say that one is more complicated than the other, it's indigo, and then a couple mix-ins to start the reaction.

Everything in theory, right?

That said, I'd say that the one that /u/tab338 suggested should be fine, and is pretty commonly used. You can even pick it up on amazon if you've got credits there to burn.

u/IngoVier · 1 pointr/rawdenim

Here is the dye I used:

http://www.amazon.com/Jacquard-Indigo-Tie-Dye-Mini/dp/B003IIN7HO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1403654693&sr=8-1&keywords=indigo+dye

And if you are interested this is a great walkthrough I used as inspiration:
http://www.rawrdenim.com/2014/04/backyard-guide-indigo-dyeing/

Here is one more walkthrough that does a good job of showing you how different shibori techniques will turn out:
http://honestlywtf.com/diy/shibori-diy/

Good luck!

u/brucenasty · 1 pointr/rawdenim

I've used this dye from Amazon before. Works really well!

It's pretty simple. My advice would be to make sure you follow the instructions, and do your dying outside or in a very well ventilated area. Also try doing variations of dyes, like duration of time in the vat and number of dips (dying it, then taking the item out to oxidize, then dying it again). You'll get a different product from different dying methods so just try things out to see what you like!

u/NgoPro3PO · 1 pointr/rawdenim