Maud Ruby is a French fashion designer with a special interest in materials and textures. Today, in her professional studio, she focuses her work on the creation of hats and...
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Get even more precise results or experiment with different application techniques with the help of our sponges.
- Decorate fabrics and garments and turn them into one of a kind pieces
- They come in 4 different sizes
- Perfect for paint on fabric and create unique patterns and designs
Frequently asked questions
Can I use Aybel's products to fix chlorine stains?
You can fix chlorine stained clothes by dissolving a pinch of fabric dye in 100 ml of water, add salt and vinegar if necessary, and apply the obtained solution on the spot with the help of a little brush or cotton swab.
Can I apply the dye with a brush?
You can apply Aybel fabric dye with a brush or spray bottle on fabrics, upholstery, wallpaper and any other suitable material that can't be removed or submerged in water.
You can dissolve 1 sachet of colour in about 500 ml or 1 lt of hot water, add salt and vinegar to it as per instructions and then proceed by applying it as desired.
Can I use for tie dye, dip dye or batik?
Absolutely! Almost all dyeing techniques can be achieved with Aybel products. Choose between our powder or liquid dye for endless possibilities.
Have a look at our blog posts to learn more about techniques and methods.
From our blog
Ever been unable to find exact colour you were looking for a knitting or crochet project? Or maybe you only needed a little amount of yarn in a specific shade to finish...
These beautiful hats are handmade by Egija in Chapolala, Camargue. Egija explains: "Aybel dye has allowed me to achieve my most ambitious projects. It is relatively cheap, easily available and...