I am new to dyeing fabrics and so I don't know a lot about the brands that are on the market. I am planning on dyeing some kimono tees for my baby on the way. I would like to find a dye starter kit that has many colors, made of only all natural ingredients, will be sensitive to baby's skin and its isn't too expensive. Also, dye that is easy to mix and the color holds up well. Hopefully that isn't too tall an order.
Thank you Megan
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