I love tie dye projects. I think the first time I ever tie dyed anything was at a middle school girls sleep over party-and it was so fun! Today Katie has made us a sweet summer tie dye DIY.
Hi Everyone I'm Katie of I go by Katie & I'm excited to share a fun DIY with you while Elsie takes some time off to enjoy her wedding & I am so excited for her! Now here's how to make this super easy & chic spotted tie dye top!
To begin mix your dye according to the instructions on the box or bottle for tub dying fabric. Next prep your shirt.
Now you are ready to dye your shirt, place it in the dye bath you've prepared & stir it so the dye saturates the shirt equally. Follow the directions given with your dye for how long you should leave your shirt in the dye bath. Once you've reached that number run your shirt under cold water until most of the dye has been rinsed away then undo all of your rubber bands. Keep rinsing until the water runs clear. Finally machine wash your shirt on cold & hang to dry. All done! Flaunt your lovely new summery chic tie dye top.
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very flattering and fun for warmer weather!
very cool! you could do so many fun variations!
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This is a new technique for me. Usually it’s just the accordion and rubber bands. Great pattern to play around with by the way.
I just tried this and the rubber bands did not prevent the colour from bleding through. Any ideas what went wrong? We followed the directions to a T.
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This is pretty good! And I like the purple hue.
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cute!!! really great idea. they’re so fun for summer and casual looks.
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this is such a cool idea!
Is there a trick to the square shaped detail verses a circular? I havent done it yet but I am worried mine will be circles, and yours are much more desireable.
This is definitely something I’m going to have to try. I’ve never been a big fan of tie-die, but this is actually amazingly appealing. It’s so simple and pretty. Reminds me more of the classic batik paintings than the 60s hippie movement. 😀
Now to find the right shirt…. hmmm….
What a fantastic idea! This is so amazing.
so easy and so cute! I am definitely doing this this weekend!
i love this tutorial! so fun and easy. thanks, katie! (: