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Having the only example of a craft dye as kool aid looks really strange, especially as you can't buy it here and it's not primarily a dye. Shouldn't this list either brands of dyes such as Dylon or types of dyes such as acid dyes or Procion MX. 220.127.116.11 23:30, 17 July 2007 (UTC)
Hi PKM, very nice job with creating this template. I have one suggestion though: perhaps it would help, especially if the list ot dyes in the template grows longer (and it most probably will), to categorize the dyes by color? Below is what this might look like, although you could use a better formatting, if you decide you like this idea. — Kpalion(talk)
What is "Jacquard Products"? It's in the template but a red link. Jason Quinn (talk) 22:14, 9 April 2014 (UTC)
Jacquard is a weaving technique. Not sure, why this template links to it, but the yarn is probably dyed before weaving. :-) I don't see any mention of dyeing in the jacquard weaving article so I didn't change the link in the template. — Tauriel-1 (☎) 07:26, 10 July 2014 (UTC)
Hi, this template links to the general tie-dye article as well as to one special tie-dye technique (shibori) but not to several others (bandhani, tritik, plangi). I think it should at least link to bandhani (the tritik article is a stub and plangi doesn't exist at all.) — Tauriel-1 (☎) 07:18, 10 July 2014 (UTC)