Searsport Rug Hooking
Jacquard Dye Sets for set A Circle of Color
Each set corresponds with one of the sets of the Circle of Color dyeing cards. This will give you one jar of each color needed for set A. You can add the citric acid needed to set the dye in your wool or use white vinegar. But citric acid will set your colors fast with no stinky vinegar smell! I use about a 1/4 tsp per 1/4 yard of wool.
These are the 19 dyes we use in our “Circle of Color” formulas they are Jacquard Acid Dyes and they are concentrated, powdered, hot water dyes that give vibrant colors on wool. As with any Acid dye the only acid involved is the vinegar or citric acid used to set the color. I find that these are much more concentrated that other dyes. These sets are the dyes needed for each set of the circle of color dye formulas as listed. This is for SET A SWATCHES
If you have skeins of yarn or yards of fabric to dye, these are my dyes of choice. They are intended for dyeing yardage, yarns or clothing. They are fun to use in direct application methods (like painting) and steam-setting also.
These dyes are bright, economical, and they exhaust well. Because of that and the fact that you can use them with common Vinegar, they are considered a "low impact" dye.
Their black will go down to a soft light gray with no purple notes!