The global dye and pigments market is valued to be worth more than $30 billion USD. From increasing demand for various applications of dyes in textiles, paints, and plastics, the marketplace is expected to experience continued market growth. Many businesses seek new technologies to remove environmental and hazardous pollutants found in the manufacturing process. In the United States alone, the market size is estimated to be worth $8 billion. More than 150 businesses exist that manufacture dyes and pigments as key chemical intermediaries. Offshore production and volatile commodity prices are expected to reduce revenue, but as prices improve, demand is expected to increase.

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For the small business fiber and/or yarn dyer, an estimated $0.57 in capital expenditures per every dollar spent on labor is expected to be incurred. Many businesses look to drive up sales volumes by purchasing equipment that allows the production and application of special effect pigments. This listing of business names for dyeing are from current existing businesses in the United States and serve as the perfect example to the type of business you can create for yourself online.

Apple Oak Fibre Works

Bombay Dyeing

Craft Wood Goods

Culla Change

Cupid Falls

Deep River Dyeing Co.

Dyers Suppliers

Eccles Bourne Naturals

Fabric Dyeing

Family Roots

Fiber Huis

Finch and Beak

For Every Cloud

Forests and Meadows

Green Matters Natural Dye Company

Hand Dyed Shoe Co.

huddersfield Dyeing Company

Hunt the Moon Print

Lee Dyeing

Margos Quilts N Fabric

Metro Dyeing

Nickelbee Art Studio

Ohna Colo

Pigeonroof Studios


Rainbow Feather Company Dye

Raw Fiber Arts Co.

Spin Dye

Spinny Buns

The Dye Smith

The Natural Fibre Company

The Outside Dyers

Weave Spin

Westlake Knits

Wind Rush Farm Wool

Here is one peek into a studio and dye workshop where you can see and experience first hand where the magic happens. This will give you a little insight into what it is like to run and operate an indie hand dyed yarn business.

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