Wool dyes are dyes that are used to change the color of wool. There
are currently 16 dyes, including seven "primary" dyes (red,
yellow, blue, green, white, black and brown), seven "secondary"
dyes, and two "tertiary" dyes.
Dyeing wool opens up a whole new world of possibilities for needle felted
projects and other wool crafts. Dyeing wool seemed scary at first but once
it is done, it creates very pleasing colors. One-shot dyes make it less
daunting and colors give you so much more possibilities with your creations
that it's worth exploring and experimenting.
Uses of Wool Dyes
Dyes can be placed with wool on a crafting table
to dye a single block. It can also be used on sheep to paint them. After
shearing, the wool dropped will be of the painted color as well, sometimes
yielding more colored wool than from crafting. After shearing colored sheep,
they will not regrow their wool. Additionally, there are naturally occurring
gray, light gray, black, brown and pink sheep that drop corresponding color
wool as well. Note, that you can only dye white wool via crafting
painting colored sheep is the only way to dye non-white wool. For example,
you can get "bleached" wool by using white dye on a colored sheep.
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