Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Best Tie Dye, Striped Tee: DIY

 Creating unlike Patterns for a Tie Dye shirt is then much  fun.
I love finding novel ways or simply trying random ties in addition to folds to practice unlike patterns.
Here is slow striped tee created amongst a few folds,
 wrapped around a stake in addition to tied amongst a cord.
I didn't own got a piping to twine my shirt around
 but I did own got a leftover forest stake from Halloween.
I ever similar to travail in addition to purpose things I own got around my abode already.
Tulip Tie Dye has made Tie Dyeing super uncomplicated in addition to a lot less messy.
To encounter how I created this easy, fun shirt simply click on Read more.

 Things y'all need

Stick or Pipe
Cord *Wal-mart
Saran Wrap
Pan amongst a rack.

  Fold inward your sleeves
 Fold your shirt inward half.
 Roll your Shirt on your stake or pipe 
* I wrapped my stake inward some saran twine to proceed it from absorbing into the wood. Optional.
 Tie your cord at ane end.
 Wrap it around your shirt tight. 
I wrapped iv times inward ane spot, this creates bigger stripes.

I used Fuchsia in addition to Turquoise but whatever color combo would live on great.
Fill your Tulip Tie Dye Bottle to the trace of piece of job amongst water.
 I used Fuchsia for ane side in addition to the Turquoise for the other side.
 Let it sit down for at to the lowest degree 5-6 hours.*Letting it sit down overnight would live on best.
Rinse inward mutual frigidity H2O until the H2O runs clear.
Hang dry.
When y'all practice launder your shirt, launder inward mutual frigidity water. 
*If y'all desire add together a small-scale sum of white vinegar to your wash 
this would brand your colors concluding longer.
Hang dry out or dry out on low.

 I am eventually going to cutting this shirt upwards in addition to brand an altered tee out of it,
because that is some other ane of my favorite things to do. 
But that  my dears, volition live on some other project.
Have a wonderful Monday.
Lots of <3!
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