Add some color to your leather craft projects with one (or more) of our favorite dyes. We have put together a collection of the colors that we like best. We do recommend wearing gloves when you do your dyeing to avoid staining your fingers.
For detailed instruction, be sure to order a copy of our Leathercraft Book!
Colors (Left to right):
- Far left is undyed leather
- Top row: Antique brown, antique black, antique mahogany
- Middle row: Chocolate brown, black, dark mahogany
- Bottom row: Blue, red, antique tan
Antique black, brown tan and mahogany are water-based gel dyes and can be applied with a sponge or paper towel. Low VOC. 8oz
Blue, scarlet and mahogany are water-based and more viscous so should be applied with a sponge or wool dauber. Low VOC. 4.4oz
Dark black is a spirit (alcohol) based dye and can be applied with a wool dauber or sponge. Use adequate ventalation. 4oz
Chocolate brown is a mixture of natural and synthetic waxes and can be water thinned (it is a liquid) and can be applied with wool daubers or sponges. 8.5oz