Dyes and Colour Chart

We are now fully restocked with Landscape dyes. Landscape dyes will dye wool, mohair, alpaca (protein fibres), silk, nylon either as fleece, spun yarn or fabric.

The colour chart should only be used as a guide to the colours, there may be a slight variation between printed colour and dyed fabric. Refer to the Colour Disclaimer for more information.

Sampler Kits

If you want to try out the dyes before making a larger purchase or want to get started in dyeing these kits are just what you need. They also make a great gift idea, packed in a plastic zip wallet with full instructions and proctective gloves.  Each kit is made up of 15grams of each colour.

The kits come in the Elementals range and Bright Primary (Wattle, Desert Pea, Marine, Wild Raspberry, Fern, Currawong) and Soft Primary (Salmon Gum, Chamomile, Mountain Blue, Plum, Sage, Wallaby); which are made up of colours from the original range.

Original Range

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wattle

Mustard

Citrus

Desert Pea

Grevillea

Wild Raspberry

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gala

Cyclamin

Clematis

Marine

Sky

Opal*

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ice

Kingfisher*

Fern

Tanbark

Chamomile

Sandstone

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rust

Kangaroo Paw

Salmon Gum

Plum

Bloodwood

Sarsparilla

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mountain Blue

Night

Sage

Tarragon

Moss

Wallaby

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quarry

Currawong

Sulphur Yellow#

Azalea#

Flax#

* these dyes are bright unique shades, but have poor light fastness.
# these dyes have recently been added to the colour chart.

Elements Range

Deset – the harsh, raw colours of the red centre.

 

 

Dingo

Mallee

Dusk

Red Ochre

Granite

Burnt Umber

 Mountain – softer, cooler colours of the forest

 

Lichen

Mist

Cloud Ears

Heath

Sun Orchid

Wombat

 Coastal – fresh, crisp, salty seascapes

 

Shell

Saltmarsh

Tasman

Kelp

Coral

Pacific

 Rural – the heartland of Australia

 

Maize

Rye

Clay

Wheat

Alfalfa

Sugar Cane

 Destinations – let the place names tell the story

 

Barossa

Waratah

Broome

Pilbara

Daintree

Colour Chart Disclaimer

Due to variances among colour monitors and different operating systems, the colours that appear on your screen in our colour chart and other places throughout our site may not be the exact result that you achieve. These colours are provided as a rough guide only.

There may also be some variance in colours between batches and dye lots. Please note: we cannot offer refunds and/or exchanges for any colour related issues due to the variables that occur between batches and the dyeing and/or printing process.

Colour Variances – There are natural variances in all fabrics base colour, fibre density and porousness, etc. These cause dye lots to vary in colour. Although we consider these variances to be minimal there is no way to assure an exact colour with the finished product. Although we cannot guarantee a colour match for all shades, you will minimise colour differences if the colours are purchased together on the same order.

Natural Fibres – When natural fibres are dyed, the colours can vary substantially between dye lots. If you are ordering dyes for natural fibres and you want them to match make certain you purchase all of your shades at the same time so they are manufactured from the same material lot. Although we cannot guarantee a colour match for all shades, you will minimise colour differences if the colours are purchased together on the same order.