Let’s Tie Dye Crinkled T-shirts!




St. Patrick’s Day is coming up and the stores didn’t have green shirts that I loved for my boys… so I decided to make my own! I wanted to tie dye shirts that would be primarily one color with hopefully some fun texture and depth. I also wanted to experiment with a different type of scrunching up the shirt for tie dyeing.

Video Contents:
[0:00] Introduction
[0:51] Crinkling the pre-soaked T-shirts and securing them with rubber bands
[2:56] Scrunching up the pre-soaked onesie and securing with rubber bands
[4:54] Mixing the Dye
[6:52] Applying the Tulip Tie Dye Kit Dye to the prepared shirts
[12:46] Setting the shirts aside to let the dye set
[13:51] Reveal! Rinsing out the shirts to remove excess dye
[17:48] Finished Dry T-shirts and Conclusions

For free knitting patterns and other dyeing tutorials visit http://www.chemknits.com


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