Jacquard Procion MX Dye
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  • 2 x 004 lemon yellow
  • 3 x 010 golden yellow
  • 3 x 011 antique gold
  • 3 x 016 burnt orange
  • 2 x 020 brilliant orange
  • 3 x 028 bright scarlet
  • 3 x 030 fire engine red
  • 3 x 032 carmine red
  • 3 x 034 magenta
  • 3 x 035 hot pink
  • 2 x 040 fuchsia
  • 3 x 042 raspberry
  • 3 x 050 purple
  • 2 x 058 marine violet
  • 2 x 068 turquoise
  • 3 x 069 aqua marine
  • 3 x 071 teal
  • 3 x 072 medium blue
  • 3 x 076 cobalt blue
  • 3 x 078 navy
  • 3 x 079 midnight blue
  • 3 x 086 forest green
  • 3 x 094 emerald green
  • 3 x 097 bright green
  • 3 x 105 olive green
  • 3 x 106 bronze
  • 2 x 107 avocado
  • 3 x 119 chocolate brown
  • 3 x 124 burgundy
  • 3 x 126 brown rose
  • 3 x 128 warm black
  • 3 x 150 jet black
  • 3 x 170 ecru
  • 2 x 180 peach
  • 3 x 184 bubble gum
  • 3 x 192 lilac
  • 3 x 199 ice blue
  • 3 x 2011 robin's egg blue
  • 3 x 2010 pale aqua
  • 3 x 211 neutral grey
$5.00

.5oz / 14.17g bottle

Procion MX dyes are “cold water dyes” that do not require heat. This unique property sets Procion MX apart from all other dyes and establishes them as the undisputed king of backyard dyeing, batik and tie dye. Because Procion MX dyes can be used away from the stovetop, they are also perfect for shibori, ice dyeing, tub and low water immersion dyeing, printing, direct painting and other “alternative” dye applications. As a fiber reactive dye, Procion MX forms a strong covalent bond with cellulosic fibers, making it the most permanent and washfast of all dyestuffs. Mix the concentrated dye powder with warm tap water to create the most vibrant of all colors for cotton, linen and other plant-based fabrics. Procion MX dyes are typically used with a soda ash fixative, which can be added directly to the dye bath or used to pre-treat the fabric, as in tie dyeing.

- Typically, one 2/3 oz/18.71 g bottle will dye more than 1 lb/0.45 kg of dry fabric.
(Very bright colors will require more dye and pastel colors will require less.)

Techniques
tie dye, immersion dyeing, batik, screen printing, direct application, gradation/ombré dyeing, sprinkle dyeing, ice dyeing and more

Fabric/Fiber
cellulose fibers: cotton, linen, canvas hemp, jute, ramie, sisal, paper, rayon and more. May also be used with protein fibers if acidified.