We offer custom natural dyeing services for individuals who want to re-vamp their clothes, alter the colour or cover up stains. Natural dyeing is an alternative to synthetic dyeing that doesn't pollute waterways and is gentler on the skin of the wearer.

We dye with plants grown and processed in Europe using organic or low-energy methods that don’t cause deforestation. These plants have tried and tested historical efficacy and colourfastness.

Please note that we can only dye garments made from 100% natural fibres. This includes cotton, linen, wool, silk, hemp, cashmere, alpaca, mohair, bamboo, viscose, rayon, lyocell, modal, etc. Synthetic fibres cannot be naturally dyed. We don’t dye garments made from blends of natural and synthetic materials (eg. poly-cotton).

When the outstanding balance and postage fee are paid, we’ll send your garment(s) back, ready to be worn on repeat for years to come!

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Once finished, we’ll send you a photo of the finished garment(s) and you’ll pay the outstanding balance, plus the postage fee.

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We’ll send you a confirmation message once we've received your piece(s) of clothing and will commence the dyeing process. All custom dyeing orders include an initial deep cleaning.

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Once we have agreed on the colour(s), price and lead time (usually 2 weeks), you pay a non-refundable deposit of 50% and send us your garment(s).

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Weight your garment(s) to estimate the price. Then, fill in the form below with as much information as possible about the garment(s) you want us to dye. We’ll respond within 48 hours.

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How it works

If you require more than 2kg of fibre, please let us know in the form below and we’ll work out a price for you.
  • 1.51kg to 2kg of fibre: €145 + postage
  • 1.1kg to 1.5kg of fibre: €100 + postage
  • 501g to 1kg of fibre: €80 + postage
  • 0g to 500g of fibre: €50 + postage

The following pricing guidelines apply to the same colour(s) or design.

If, for example, you want to send us more than one garment and you want them all to be dyed in the same blue+purple ombré design, the price will be determined by the total weight of all the garments you’re sending.

If, however, you send us various garments to be dyed in different colours or designs, the weight of the fibre for each colour/design will determine the price.



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  • In the case of vintage fabric, there is a possibility of tears and breakage.
  • We will not be held responsible in the very unlikely event that your garment becomes unwearable.
  • Although we will do our best to conceal stains, there is a possibility that after the dyeing process, stains may become more noticeable.
  • It’s also possible that after the dyeing process, stains that were previously unseen might become apparent.
  • There might also be a chance of discolouration.
By sending us your garment to dye, you are agreeing to the following terms and conditions:
  • We can’t dye garments that have been treated with waterproofing finishes
  • If, when we receive your garment, we find that it’s undyeable, we’ll post it back to you. The deposit is non-refundable.
  • Please note that natural dyes do not create a perfectly even colour, and tonal variations might be present in the fibre.
  • If your garment is made from different fibres, the colour will be absorbed differently. For example, if the sleeves are cotton and the bodice is linen, the sleeves will probably be darker than the bodice.
  • If your garment has a synthetic thread in the seams, the thread will not change colour like the rest of the garment.
  • Natural dyes can potentially alter the finish of any hardware on your garment, such as buttons or zippers.
  • Depending on how your garment has been cared for, it could shrink slightly during the dyeing process, unless it has already been washed in warm water before or was sold as “pre-shrunk”.
  • In the event that any of the following scenarios occurs while we’re working on your garment, we’ll contact you with alternative dye possibilities:

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