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Can I dye organza bags?

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#1 heather007

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    Posted 05 May 2008 - 02:27 AM

    I got 200 3x4 organza bags from my fiance's aunt but they are the wrong colour. They are lavander. I'm wondering if I'm able to dye them another colour, and if this is possible, how? I'm wanting something along the lines of turquoise, fushia, or green.

    Thanks!!!! :)


    #2 becks



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      Posted 05 May 2008 - 10:14 AM

      It will totally depend on the type of organza. If it's a natural fiber (silk), then it may be possible. But if you've got a synthetic (which, given they are gift bags is likely the case), then it will be much tougher if not impossible. And even if you get the color on the fabric, it may rub off.

      Your best bet is to try one out. Given that lavender (purple) is a combo of blue and red, you probably want to avoid green as it may turn them brown (purple+green=brown).

      Of the colors you suggested, fushia may be your best bet. Turquoise may still have a slight purple-ish tint.

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      #3 ErinB


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        Posted 05 May 2008 - 11:57 AM

        go to www.ritdye.com

        as long as they have less than 50% polyester, they will take full color, any more than that and they will take some color, but won't be as bold.

        #4 heather007

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          Posted 05 May 2008 - 07:10 PM

          Thanks ladies, I look forward to trying it out.


          #5 limonkpi

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            Posted 27 April 2014 - 04:15 AM

            I already brought some Organza Bags from http://organzabagswholesale.co.uk.
            Just now i see they can supply 7x12cm, 10x15cm, 15x20cm, 20x28cm, 15x38cm thi size.

            Also you can contact for custom order.

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            #6 edmoodlee

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              Posted 15 May 2014 - 09:44 PM

              I agree on the same point that it depends on the material. As you know some of them don't pick colors easily. My personal opinion would be instead of coloring it, buy something new and let that me in it's original form.
              In search of people who are in desperate need of organza bags for their wedding ;)

              #7 joliebrad20

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                Posted 24 July 2015 - 01:31 AM

                if you can dye, you will spend more money. Because dying cost is not equal to product cost. Better you will take new one.

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