How To Dye A Yin Yang Tie Dye Design: Version 2.0
Since I have been asked many times how to dye the yin yang tie dye design I made another video on how to do just that! In this second video I am dying a "fir...
Marble Tie Dye
Marble Tie Dye So I know I lost my marbles for starting a painting project BEFORE we make the big move before my hubby starts school, BUT it sure will be cute once I finish it up. (Im going with the country yellow french distressed technique! Mmmm.... get excited!) So while you are waiting for my happy sun shiny yellow hutch to be done, here is something fun to do this summer with the kids! I'll start out with an easy one. (MORE TO COME....) Marble Tie Supplies: -Dharma dye (your desired…
Tie Dyed Pillow Cover, Navy Boho Decor, Shibori Pillow
Enchanting Shibori Sol in Indigo. Printed 12 Sol Medallions on Indigo. Reverses to same. 100% Cotton Dry Clean Only. Invisible YKK Zipper Closure. All seams are double-stitched and over-locked for a clean finish. Shown with and listed separately Festival Stripe Shibori Pillow Cover. PATTERN
iLoveToCreate: Tie-Dye techniques class
I am not one to pass up an opportunity to learn new techniques for fun crafts. A month (or so) ago, I was invited to attend a tie-dye class put on by the iLoveToCreate team! I just supplied my own item to dye and used a Tye-dye kit that I had received as part of a give away. We all layed our kits and items to die out on the table. Here are a few pointers... A kit is a great way to get most of the supplies you will need: Bottles of powder dye (just add water), Gloves, Rubber Bands, Idea sheet…
It's fun to let go of "control" over how the dyes behave! In this experiment I hung damp fabric on the line. I took squeeze bottles filled with dye and began to drip the dye across the top of the fabric. How fun to see the dyes mingle and meander together. Giving it my first try! Feeling more comfortable! In my happy place! Don't forget to place fabric below the line to catch the wonderful drips as the dye rolls off the fabric. One of the finished pieces... just for fun!