Now that I have your attention, I'd like to talk to you about how to dress for dyeing. Like any profession, the fabric dyer has a uniform. You'll need a mask (above) so you don't inhale any dye particles flying around the dye studio. Get something attractive so you don't scare the children.
Smart dyers wear the standard black shirt and black trousers so no matter what color you spill on yourself, nothing shows. And then there are those of us who appreciate a really old sweat shirt for a dye uniform. An apron is a good idea too.
Rubber gloves are a must. For some reason, I often spring a leak in the right hand glove. This means I have to wear a left handed glove on my right hand. It is very uncomfortable.
Wear comfortable shoes. You will be standing for hours in one spot as dyeing can be mesmerizing and you forget that you are standing around in one spot.
And one last piece of advice. Never answer the door in your dye clothes. You may scare the children.