Revamp Your Closet

Turn yesterday's thread's into today's trends with Rit Dye. Wheter you want to restore the original vibrancy or change it up completely, we're here to keep your clothes in rotation and out of the land...

Dip Dyed Heirloom Carrot Napkins

Hopping into Spring with these vibrant, hand-dyed napkins inspired by colorful heirloom carrots. 🥕 We even made a bunny version for Easter complete with a dyed wooden egg, of course. 🐰

Dyed Wooden Easter Eggs

Fill a plastic container with the hottest tap water and add in dye. Stir well. For this project, we used three color formulas:

Glue Resist Dyed Spring Bunny Tablecloth

Using some Elmer’s School Glue and Hyacinth Rit Dye, we created this simple yet charming tablecloth just in time for spring. It’s perfect for hosting Easter brunch.

How to Dye Your Converse Brown

And now that brown Converses are hard to come by, we’re here with a tutorial to help rock this trend. Since Converses are made of 100% cotton canvas, our All-Purpose Dyes are perfect for giving...

How to Dip Dye Clogs

When our in-house dyer noticed her white clogs getting dirty, she did what she does best: dyed it. Using different dip dye techniques and Rit DyeMore for Synthetics, she was able to create these unique ombré...

Learn How to Reverse Tie-Dye

Unlike traditional tie-dye, reverse tie-dye uses Rit Color Remover to remove the color of your garment to reveal a unique, high-contrast pattern.

How to Use Rit Color Remover

For best results, we recommend using the stovetop method to maintain an almost boiling temperature. However, you can also use Color Remover with a washing machine or with the sink or bucket method, but you...

How to Use Rit ColorStay Dye Fixative

Rit ColorStay Dye Fixative reduces bleeding, fading and even enhances the color of your project. It works on cotton, linen, silk, wool, ramie and rayon. For best results, use immediately after dyeing, before rinsing and laundering.