With our kit you can have a great time experimenting with different techniques and still have enough dye left over for that special project.
This Colour Wheel can be very useful when planning projects with colour. Colours opposite each other are complimentary those next to each other are analogous.
Colour harmony creates and delivers visual interest and a sense of order.
A colour circle based on red, yellow and blue is traditional in art. The first in circular form colour wheel was developed by Sir Isaac Newton in 1666.
Care must be taken when using Natural, Acid, Reactive or Vat dyes in the home. Any utensils used for dyeing must not be used for any other purpose. Always use dyes and mordants to exhaust before disposing of them. Never pick wild plants, lichen or flowers for dyeing. Take extra care when dyeing and children are nearby.
The colour wheel is used to mix and match with colours each side of your chosen colour or on the opposite side of the colour wheel.