Looking for RIT Dye?
RIT® dye is what is known as an “all purpose” dye, as it can dye both plant (cellulose) fibers like cotton, rayon, linen and hemp, and protein fibers like wool and silk. That is because it has a Direct Dye component, for the cotton, and an Acid Dye component, for the silk or wool. It’s used in very hot water, and comes in either liquid or powder form that you measure out depending on what you are dyeing.
While we do not carry RIT®, we do offer similar dye, and other more professional dyes.
We carry the following easy to use alternatives:
Similar to RIT® dye, Jacquard iDye is also an all purpose dye, and contains both an Acid and a Direct Dye component. It’s always fresh, because it is manufactured locally by Jacquard Products who have a very good reputation in the fiber art world, and are just a stones throw away from Dharma. It comes in packets that dissolve when you throw them into the washing machine. You never have to measure powders or liquids. It too can fade in hot water washing, but Jacquard came out with an all purpose iDye Fixative which helps make this dye more wash-fast if you use it. iDye also has a line of easy to use Polyester dyes, called iDye Poly!
We sell tons of iDye. We think it is a great product for folks who need fast, no fuss, no muss results, but don’t particularly care about the depth of color or some fading. It is also useful on blended fabrics that are part protein and part cellulose, to get all the fibers to dye the same color in one easy step. HOWEVER, if you want to take the time to get professional results, if you want a dye job that survives years of washing, we do carry other far superior dyes! These dyes give better results, are often less expensive since they are very concentrated and can be purchased in small sizes or in bulk.
Dharma Fiber Reactive Dye
Dharma’s Fiber Reactive Procion type dye is the professional quality dye of choice for cotton, rayon, linen, hemp and other cellulose (plant origin) fibers. It is the preferred dye for baby clothing made of those fibers, as it chemically bonds with the fabric molecules and won’t ever come off, except in the presence of bleach or similar chemicals. Clothing will wear out before the dye does! All knowledgeable tie-dyers use this dye for its amazing brilliant colors. A few more steps are involved than with all purpose dyes, but the brilliance of the colors, wash-fastness (lack of fading with washing) and color selection are worth it! See how to use these dyes with the basic solid color dyeing instructions.
Dharma Acid Dyes & Jacquard Acid Dyes
Dharma Acid Dyes and Jacquard Acid Dyes are professional quality dyes and are the dye of choice for silk, wool and other protein (animal origin) fibers. They are wash-fast in cool water washing, and yield brilliant colors. These dyes are very economical, and the only other product you need is common household vinegar. Also very easy to use; simmer your fiber in a pot on the stove, mix in the dye, mix in the vinegar, stir and simmer and you’re done!
We carry many other dyes, including Natural (plants, bugs) Dyes, Silk Painting Dyes, sun developing dyes (Jacquard SolarFast or Inko Dye) and Paints that work kind of like dyes. If you need to color fabric or clothing, we have what you need! If you are not sure what you need after reading the above, give us a call M-F toll free at 800-542-5227 and let us help you get the right product to make your project a success! We have over 4 decades of experience in the Fiber Art business, and a reputation for great prices, fast shipping and great customer service. We can and love to help!
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Rit Dye and Denimcratic Collaborate on Upcycled Earth Day Collection – Sourcing Journal
Two brands committed to repurposing old clothing have come together to design a special collection that celebrates sustainability.
Upcycled denim line Denimcratic and Rit, the household dye brand best known as a key ingredient in the tie-dye T-shirts at Woodstock in 1969, created a capsule collection of recycled denim and knitwear. The garments are dyed with Rit’s nontoxic products.
Launching on Earth Day on April 22, the collection includes bandana and butterfly tops, micro mini-skirts, bucket hats, and knit T-shirts with colorful, environmentally friendly dye effects.
To tease the collection, the duo released a T-shirt made with recycled cotton and organic bamboo, with “Save Mom” on the front, on the Denimcratic site. The shirt retails for $59.
Denimcratic founder Gabriella Meyer worked with Rit’s creative team on the collection during the pandemic, when consumers were heavily experimenting with their own tie-dye and denim DIY projects. Production was kept local to Chicago, where both teams were based last year.
“In an industry where there is so much overconsumption and waste, it is more important than ever to show our dedication to sustainability this Earth Day,” said Jonathon Spagat, creative director of Rit Dye. “Gabriella is a true original and a remarkable example of someone who is committed to reducing the environmental impacts of the fashion industry. We couldn’t be more excited to partner with such an eco-conscious designer who makes some of the coolest denim and knitwear around.”
The pandemic and accompanying tie-dye craze have been a boon for the once struggling dye company, according to an Adweek article that outlined some of the company’s strategies for continuing momentum. It recently partnered with Reebok on a self-dye sneaker package, followed by a DIY shirt and tote bag kit for actor and singer Jaden Smith. It also has a collaboration with sock and T-shirt brand Bombas slated for this summer.
Denimcratic has garnered a sizable celebrity following, with Hailey Bieber, Bella Hadid and Cardi B some of its most notable fans. The brand offers denim, accessories and “ugly tees,” and often incorporates political and social messages into its designs. It featured several upcycled voter T-shirts during the U.S. presidential election, and created an upcycled denim vest to show support for the Black Lives Matter movement last year.
In 2018, Meyer co-designed a collection with denim designer Marta Goldschmied entitled “We Wear the Pants,” which featured a pair of skinny jeans and a matching jean jacket laser printed with approximately 30 news reports about sexual harassment in the workplace from major U.S. newspapers.
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Alice and LoisRit Dye Factory Tour and DIY Dyed Tablecloth Project
Color is a pretty magical thing. Being able to give new life to something that has been cast away is like magic.
I was lucky enough to get to visit the Rit Dye plant in Indianapolis last month. The dyes have been made in Indianapolis since 1948 (started in Chicago in 1918). The plant has the bottling line, a huge space where the dye is actually made, a lab and kitchen and office space. I just love our Indy connection.
It was such a cool experience to see the bottling line at work. I am delighted to share my day with you in partnership with Rit Dye. We love doing DIY projects with dye (like this one), so this was amazing to see how and where the dye is made. There were about 8 – 10 employees running the show the day of my visit and they were bottling their new Eggplant dye.
Rit Dye Factory Tour
My tour started with visiting the actual room where the dye is mixed. Huge stainless steel vats are essentially the massive mixing containers where the dye is created. The dye runs from the massive vats into the bottling lines.
The start of the line is where the empty bottles are loaded. Then they move through to get sorted and put in the proper position. They get filled with dye and capped. Then they get wrapped in the packaging. There are checkers along the way to make sure every bottle is perfect. The bottles continue down the line and get inspected and then boxed.
It is a truly amazing process to watch. On average, the plant produces about 48,000 bottles and 144,000 powder boxes per day! And those bottles travel all over the world, giving people like us the opportunity to create something beautiful.
The lab area is what you would think of a university lab. Beakers, machines, bottles, timers, tools and more! I was so fascinated by it all. It was so cool to think about the science behind all of the dyes. To be in the lab, and then go into the massive dye vat room (where they actually make huge vats of dye to go into the bottling process) was incredible.
The articulate bottling line would not exist without the passionate employees. I got to chat with a few of the employees about working at Rit – Peggy, Kathy, Allie and John to name a few.
Kathy Dreyer has been part of the Rit Dye family for 22 years. She has done multiple jobs within the organization. She was a purchasing agent, purchasing director and now VP of Operations. She oversees the plant and purchasing and operations for the brand. She is an inspiring leader. “I love different things everyday, always something new to learn and deal with,” she says. Kathy also prides herself on never shorting an order, no matter the size!
The last person to triple check the orders before they go out the door is Peggy Smith. She has been with Rit Dye for 33 years when a friend recruited her. She has done every single job at the plant except for mixing. “I look at our dye when I am in the store, make sure it looks good and fix the labels” she said. She lit up when telling stories about bringing pictures of kittens to work and even a few co-workers adopting a few of her kittens. Now everytime I see Rit Dye on the store shelf I will know that Peggy checked to make sure the right order was sent to that store.
Customers not only have questions for the customer service team, but they share ideas for dyes and colors as well. The customer service email is always full with all kinds of questions from customers. Allie (who is in charge of lab and customer service) is busy answering those inquiries – from socks to lingerie to tile grout. She helps customers determine which dye to use and if in fact the item they want to dye is dyeable.
She said that Halloween is a very busy time for them. Weddings also seem to be a popular topic from customers as well. If someone wants to dye invites to match the bridesmaids’ dresses or dye a ribbon for decorations. Allie will take care of them.
Allie has a new hobby that was inspired by a customer reaching out about how to dye plastic bags. A customer who reached out works with a group of women who make plastic mats for the homeless knitted from old plastic grocery bags. She wanted to know how to dye white plastic bags because her volunteers wanted the mats to be colorful. So Allie got a white plastic grocery bag and dyed it with the synthetic DyeMore dye. And wouldn’t you know, it worked! “Plarn” is a term for yarn made from plastic bags. Now Allie knits super durable bags from old bags as well. Here is one she dyed when I was there – love it! Always enjoy meeting other crafters.
The “Dye Doctor”
Behind the scenes at Rit is John Ceperich, the “Dye Doctor”. The color match process is truly like a chemistry experiment. He told me story after story of how he helps customers find the perfect match using combinations of Rit Dye colors. He is essentially the color recipe developer for the brand.
How does the color match process work?
It is best when a customer sends him a picture or an actual Pantone number. He then looks through the 1500 color formula to see if he has a match. He has fabric swatches for thousands of color formulas. If he doesn’t see a match, he will develop some recipes to find one. I got to experience this first hand on my visit. I had an old tablecloth and a few dishes of my grandmother’s. I had been dreaming up how to dye the tablecloth the same color as an accent shade in the plate. I knew John could help me find the perfect color match.
We went through the swatches to see which tones and colors resembled the dark rose wine color in the pottery. We then created four different recipes to find the best match. We mixed some colored dyes and dyed the swatched. Alas, we found the perfect match.
DIY Dyed Tablecloth Project
The tablecloth was in the washer at the plant while we were recipe testing. John and Allie got a large stainless steel pot to a low boil. Added one cup of salt, a dash of liquid dish soap and the dye recipe and we were ready to go. The tablecloth was cotton, so we used a mixture of Rit All Purpose Dye. I left the plant that day with a beautiful tablecloth that perfectly matched my nana’s dishes.
I cannot wait to bring the tablecloth to my mom and dad’s this summer and set a beautiful table with all of my Nana’s dishes. There is just something so special about revitalizing something old that will continue to hold so much meaning.
Photos and story by Sara Albers.
Upcycled Earth Day Collection from Rit Dye and Denimcratic
Upcycled Earth Day Collection from Rit Dye and Denimcratic
YarnsandFibers News Bureau
2021-04-14 13:06:51 – USA
Two designers dedicated to repurposing old apparel have collaborated to create a special line that honors the environment.
Denimcratic, a company dedicated to upcycling denim, and Rit, a household dye best known for being the main ingredient in the tie-dye T-shirts worn at Woodstock in 1969, collaborated on a limited series of recycled denim and knitwear. Rit’s nontoxic dyes are used to color the fabrics.
The line features bandana and butterfly tops, micro mini-skirts, bucket hats, and knit T-shirts with bright, eco-conscious dye effects, which will debut on Earth Day, April 22. On the Denimcratic website, the pair launched a T-shirt made of recycled cotton and organic bamboo with the phrase “Save Mom” on the front to tease the set. The shirt costs $59 at the moment.
During the pandemic, as customers were heavily experimenting with their own tie-dye and denim DIY designs, Denimcratic designer Gabriella Meyer collaborated with Rit’s design team on the line. Both teams were headquartered in Chicago last year, but production was kept local.
The creative director of Rit Dye, Jonathon Spagat said that this Earth Day, it is more important than ever to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability in an industry where there is so much overconsumption and pollution. Gabriella is a real original and a shining example of someone who is dedicated to reducing the fashion industry’s environmental effects. They’re ecstatic to be working with such an environmentally friendly brand that creates some of the best denim and knitwear around.
According to an Adweek report that highlighted some of the company’s tactics for maintaining traction, the pandemic and subsequent tie-dye craze have been a blessing for the once-troubled dye company. It recently collaborated with Reebok on a self-dye sneaker package, which was followed by a DIY top and tote bag kit for Jaden Smith, an actor, and musician.
Denimcratic has a devoted celebrity fanbase, with Hailey Bieber, Bella Hadid, and Cardi B among the most well-known supporters. The company sells jeans, shoes, and “ugly tees,” and its designs often have political and social messages. During the 2016 presidential race, it featured many upcycled voting T-shirts, and last year, it made an upcycled denim jacket to express support for the Black Lives Matter movement.
Meyer and denim designer Marta Goldschmied collaborated on the “We Wear the Pants” line in 2018, which included a pair of skinny jeans and a matching jean jacket laser printed with nearly 30 news stories about workplace sexual harassment from major U.S. newspapers.
Vikalpah: Let’s talk about dyes
Summer always reminds me to try some dye projects. As Summer is approaching in few weeks, I thought it will be great to discuss on the topic of dyes. Technically, there are a lot of things which makes each dye unique but let’s not go deep into those stuffs. Rather we will discuss what are different brands & types of fabric dyes available in the market which are widely used by crafters like you & me, type of fabrics they are compatible and some projects using that particular brand of dye.Shall we?
Rit dye :
Let us first start with the very popular RIT dye.It is an all purpose dye used to dye natural fibers like cotton, wool, silk, linen ramie along with other materials like wood, feathers, paper, rope and also nylon fabrics.This dye recommends adding 1 cup salt to the dye bath for cotton, rayon, ramie, linen or blends and adding 1 cup white vinegar to dye bath for nylon, silk or wool. Salt or vinegar is added to the dye bath to help intensify the color. Rit is available in both liquid and powder form. (Not all colors are available in both forms)
Not recommended for : 100% Polyester, acrylic, acetate or fabrics with special finishes, rubber backing, cold water wash or labeled Dry clean only.
Rit recently(2015) came up with a product called Rit DyeMore.It is a synthetic dye which helps is dyeing 100% polyester, acrylic, acetate, nylon and polyester/cotton blends. (Excited to try this!)
Inko dye is a photo sensitive water based dye. It can be mixed to create new color dye. It can be used only on natural fabrics and the color is developed when exposed to bright sunlight or UV.
Inko dye binds to any absorbent natural fiber such as cotton, linen, raw silk, jute, hemp, raw canvas, burlap, bamboo, muslin, wool and even raw leather, suede, untreated wood and unglazed ceramics.
It can also be used on cellulosic semi synthetics such as viscose, modal and rayon.It can be used with natural and synthetic fibre blends such as 50% Cotton 50% polyester but the result may not be as vibrant as you see with the natural fibers as the colors will wash out of the synthetic blend.
Not recommended for : Purely synthetic fibers such as polyester, nylon, acrylic and also non fibrous materials such as metal and glass.
It is an organic compound with distinctive blue color. Historically, Indigo was a natural dye extracted from plants.Nowadays, Indigo dye is produced in large quantities using synthetic process and are mainly used in denim production.(Blue jeans). Jacquard, a leading manufacturer of craft products has a Indigo Tie dye kit which is popular if you wants try your hands on Indigo dye. It can be used on all natural fibers like cotton, wool, silk, linen, wood.
Not recommended for : Synthetic fibers
Dye Na Flow Dye :
This is a highly saturated, highly transparent fluid acrylic paint is a permanent dye.It can be used on any porous or semi-porous surface, including natural and synthetic fabrics.This dye/paint spreads on fabric until it is absorbed and even, sinking into the fibers instead of sitting on the surface like inks and paints.The colors are intense, wash fast and will not change the feel of the fabric.It is a versatile dye and can be used for many applications like silk painting, wood staining , etc.
This dye product is manufactured by Jacquard company. This dye needs to be heat set and washed in cold water to get the dye fixed.Various techniques like sun printing, batik , tie dye, water color effects can be achieved. To achieve lighter shades of the color, this dye/paint can be mixed with water.
Tumble dye is a pre-mixed pigment dye which is easy to use and eliminates the need for masks, fixatives and tons of rinsing to remove the dyes in the surface. It is a permanent dye but colors will fade after some washing. This dye also needs to be heat seat in the dryer for 20 minutes or using a hot iron. This dye can be mixed for more color options. It is a non-toxic , environmentally safe dye and great for kids party.
This dye can be used on fabrics, wood, paper, silk, trims, dried flowers and more. For more tips nd tricks, click here.
Dylon Fabric Dye :
Dylon fabric dye is a permanent fibre reactive dye. Natural fibers like cotton, linen, viscose can be dyed with dylon. Helps in achieving bright and intense colors. Blends like cotton and polyester will result in lighter shades. Synthetic fibers cannot be dyed with dylon dyes. This company has three kinds of fabric dyes such as machine use, hand use and Wash & Dye. Machine use and Wash & dye, these two varieties are used for dyeing the fabric in the washing machine. However the instructions for these are slightly different. So, before using these dyes, please read the instructions carefully to achieve the result.
Not recommended for : Synthetic fibers, Wool, silk, nylon and fabric with special finishes.
As fancy as it sounds, this is a simple dye that comes in a dissolvable packet so there are no messy handling involved. This dye produces brilliant colors and it can be used on stove top method or in a washer. This dye needs hot water for the dyeing process to take place irrespective of whichever method you use.
There are two varieties of iDye available. One for natural fibers like cotton, linen, silk, etc and other one called iDye poly for synthetic fibers like polyester, nylon, acrylic, etc. This dye can also be used to dye plastics such as toys, wigs, urethane coatings, frisbee, etc. When using blends, the company requests to use one packet of iDye for natural fibers and iDye poly of the same color.
Tulip One step Tie dye:
This company is famous for its Tie dye kits. These kits are ready to use, you just have to add water into the bottle, shake it and apply on the fabric. There are two different techniques with which this dyes can be used – wet technique and dry technique. How to instructions comes with the kits. These are fun when are planning for tie dye party. This brand also sells regular fabric dyes in powder as well as liquid form.
Hope this blog post inspires you to try different dyes and techniques this summer.Always read the instructions carefully before using a particular dye because each dye is different in its chemical composition and each dye has to be used in certain way to achieve best results. What kind of dye project have you done before? Did I miss any popular dyes? Share with me in the comments below. As always I will be happy to hear from you.
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Nonna Grishaeva visited the Danone plant and was personally convinced
of the quality of Rastishka products
On January 26, 2010, a press breakfast was held on a topical topic: “How to provide a child with healthy and balanced nutrition?” The event was organized by Danone, a manufacturer of fermented milk products “Rastishka” for children aged three years and older. Olga Volkova, medical marketing manager at Danone, told the journalists about the quality and benefits of Rastishka.The position of the parents at the press conference was presented by the famous actress and caring mother Nonna Grishaeva. And independent expert Igor Kon helped the audience to look at baby food from a scientific point of view.
As you know, the main concerns of parents are associated with the use of artificial colors and preservatives in children’s products. To dispel the myths and misconceptions of parents on this topic, Danone has announced an unprecedented campaign “We have no secrets!”. During February 2010, anyone can sign up for an excursion and visit the Danone plant in the village of Lyubuchany, Chekhovsky district, near Moscow.Thus, each mother will have the opportunity to personally make sure that Rastishka products are made only from natural milk and fruit puree without the use of artificial colors and preservatives.
Nonna Grishaeva, a caring mother of two children, has already taken advantage of the company’s invitation. The famous actress told reporters about her impressions: “When I was offered to come with the children to the Danone plant, I gladly agreed. This is the first time I have been to a production facility of this scale – this is an indelible impression for me and for the children.The youngest son is still asking when we will go to the factory again. And I cannot fail to mention the director of the Danone plant, Ireneusz Zawisz. Indeed, in a television commercial, it is not an artist – this is the real director of the plant! This is an amazing person who really cares about his production and product quality! ”
The Danone plant in the Moscow region was built in 2000 and is currently the most technologically advanced production of the Danone group in the world. Therefore, when buying Rastishka for their children, parents can be sure that this is a high-quality and healthy product that meets all nutritional standards for children from three years old.
Rastishka is made from natural milk and fruit puree. To give the product a bright color, only natural dyes are used, for example, beet juice. And a long shelf life is achieved without preservatives – due to the high quality of milk and the most modern technologies. In addition, Rastishka has been developed taking into account children’s taste preferences: fruit pieces have been specially replaced with natural fruit puree, since many kids do not like heterogeneous products.
“Of course, I care what my children eat,” said Nonna Grishaeva.- Like other mothers, I was always worried about the bright color and long shelf life of children’s fermented milk products. But when I saw with my own eyes the level of manufacturability and quality control and hygiene at the Danone plant, all my fears about preservatives and artificial colors in Rastishka were dispelled. And now I have no doubt that “Rastishka” is not only possible, but also should be given to children! ”
Children of preschool and primary school age especially need an adequate intake of calcium and vitamin D.That is why Rastishka products are additionally enriched with calcium for healthy bone growth and vitamin D, which improves calcium absorption. There is scientific evidence that a lack of calcium in childhood increases the likelihood of fractures in adulthood by about 50%.
Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor and Head of the Children’s Nutrition Department of the Institute of Nutrition of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences Igor Yakovlevich Kon also confirmed that fermented milk products should be included in the children’s diet every day.“They not only satisfy the child’s need for calcium, but also normalize the functioning of the gastrointestinal tract, provide resistance to pathogenic microbes and intestinal infections. In addition, fermented milk products are also a source of high quality protein and vitamin B2, ”the expert emphasized.
“Rastishka” are healthy and tasty fermented milk products that fully meet all nutritional standards for children from three years old. Now you can visit the Danone plant yourself and see for yourself that Rastishka is made only from natural milk and fruit puree without the use of artificial colors and preservatives.
We have no secrets. Come and see!