Black: In several coats you can build up a deep, pure black shade.
Burnt Orange: A dark orange, on the orangey side of brown,
Earth: A warm brown, the colour of drying mud. Sounds bad, but makes a great undercoat or accent colour,
Flame: A bright yellow-orange. Add luxurious fire by blending with Burnt Orange and Ruby,
Forest Green: Rich green, quite dark, a lot like Jade. A great accent colour and blends well with Straw and Honey,
Honey: A glorious yellow. Superb as a bold single colour or a ‘wash’ overcoat,
Midnight Blue: Deep blue with hint of purple. Add to quilted figure and catch the purple glint as you turn the piece,
Plum: Sumptuous Purple. Looks quite Royal, lending an air of expense to your work,
Ruby: Darkish red, Ruby adds a deep and opulent shade which blends superbly with Burnt Orange,
Sky Blue: A fairly bright blue – like a clear summer day. Mixes magnificently with Midnight Blue. Formally known as Stone Blue,
Pear Green: A rich yellowy-green. Almost grass like, one of the brightest colours and mixes well with Stone Blue to create a luxury green. Formally known as Straw,
White: A pure white dye perfect for white-washing your work or turning the rest of the colours into lighter, more pastel shades. Please note that this dye will not colour your workpiece white, it is not a paint and should be used as a wash.