Basic White Scarf
Lay your scarf onto a flat surface.
Slightly pinch the middle of your scarf.
Once you have identified the middle region, begin twisting the fabric as shown.
This will create a spiral tie dyed design.
Carefully fasten your scarf with rubber bands making sure the folds stay intact.
Dip your scarf into the dye saturating all areas.
Squeeze any excess dye out of the scarf.
Wash out your scarf until the running water becomes translucent. This will indicate the dye has set in and will not run.
Take out your rubber bands and let your scarf dry.
Be sure to send us pictures of your creations!
Ombre dip dying has been trending in both the fashion and beauty industry for quite some time. The free spirited trend has suddenly made a comeback in the interior decor market. In the 60’s and 70’s dip dying had been a very popular technique. The dip dying technique adds color hues without compromising the natural beauty of many textiles. The process is fairly simple but not to be overlooked. Check out Michael Penney Style’s Dip Dye Tutorial, along with other inspirational images. Along with dyed ribbons we are proud to sell Rit-Dye both online and at our flagship store.
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Michael Penney Style Dip Dye Tutorial
This reminded us of our Top 5 Dip Dye post created in 2012. Clearly the trend is still going strong.
Oh So Pretty: The Diaries is one of the prettiest DIY blogs we’ve ever seen! Casey and Savannah have created a blog that really engulfs you into their all-things-pretty lifestyle. Their DIYs are always simple to recreate and vary from headbands to body scrubs to home decor. Here are a few of our favorite Oh So Pretty DIYs and make sure to visit their page for more!
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