Sticks of color that draw like a crayon but that turn paint-like when water is applied.
Made from walnuts, this very dark ink can be used to "age" papers and other materials and to tone down bright colors.
Using tea to alter the color of fabrics. Tea-dyeing is often used to "age" new fabric, giving it a vintage appearance. (Coffee can also be used for this purpose.) Depending on the kind of tea and the length of time it comes in contact with the textile, colors range from pale yellow to green...
Sticks of oil paint in solid form that look like a large crayon. The outer coating must be peeled off before each use because the sticks self-seal after 24 hours.
Fabric that has been "prepared for dyeing," meaning it is cotton and free of whiteners or sizing. This makes the fabric better able to absorb and hold the color. It can be bought by the yard at fabric stores or online.