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Dye Yarn With Kool Aid In Microwave Easily

Learn how to dye Yarn with Kool-Aid in Microwave to produce amazing colors. You’ll love this method and it couldn’t be easier.

How to Dye Yarn With Kool Aid In Microwave

You won’t believe how easy it is to dye your own yarns. This process uses a couple of ingredients that you’ll probably already have and takes no time at all.

You will love customizing your own colors and in your Microwave too. It will be handy for all your craft projects. The yarn holds the color well and you’ll love the results!

via Lafiabarussa

Lafiabarussa is the creator behind this idea and we found an excellent tutorial on their website. As you can see from the above photos, you can achieve some wonderfully vibrant colors. All you need is Kool-Aid, a little vinegar, and water.

We told you it was easy and as you can see, it truly is!

via Expression Fiber Arts

How To Dye Yarn With Kool-Aid Video

This short video shows you how to dye yarn in your microwave with Kool-Aid. A Ball Winder can be handy to convert a skein to a ball – they’re very inexpensive and can be purchased online here.

Here’s what you’ll need for this project :

Click Play above to view the video ^

Infographic via Miss Make

Over on the Miss Make Blog we found this excellent Infographic that gives you the steps for dying your yarn with Kool Aid. She has a full tutorial that you can check out too. Be sure to view the gorgeous Yarn Letters too.

It’s an easy DIY that you will love to try. You can view it here

Novelty Yarn Bowls via Etsy 

The perfect holder for your Koolaid Yarn must surely be these amazing Yarn Bowls from Etsy. Don’t you just love them? You can check out the whole range here

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