Get the shirt you want to dye and put it in water, get rubber bands and after folding and twisting it, place rubber bands to hold the shape and separate colors. Then take the dyes and put them where you want them, then put it in a plastic bag. You might want to wear latex gloves so your skin won't be dyed. Then after an hour or so, wash it and dry it. Then it's done.
by Debby Bruck 6 years ago
Do you use rubber gloves when doing the dishes?Curious to know whether people use dish gloves when washing in the soapy sink water? If yes or no, please tell why you do or don't?
by GA Anderson 6 years ago
How do you make tie-dyed clothes?Can you get specific patterns?
by InfoFinder 6 years ago
What are some tie dye tips and techniques?If you have ever tried to utilize 'Tie Dyeing' to decorate a shirt or other garment, please share your success, tips or experience with this clothing decoration technique.
by Susan Reid 5 years ago
Where did you get your t-shirt at?If they sell it on Amazon.com you should include it for sale on your hubs!
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