How to Make a Tye Dyed Shirt?

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Tye dyed shirts take several days to make. First start out by obtaining a plain white shirt and fold it in a small square. Then, take about five rubber bands and stretch it to fit over the shirt in the shape of a star. After that, use whatever colors of dye desired and put them on the shirt. Then, place the shirt in a ziploc bag for a few days. Finally, wash it in cold water in a washing machine.
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Tie dying is a fun project to do to make a cool shirt. You will mix dye in a bucket and add your shirt that you have sectioned with rubber bands to create white areas. You can find more info at: www.ritdye.com
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1. Look over your guest list to choose your tie-dye techniques and dye colors. Several different techniques all produce different designs, including knot tying, spiral, circles, stripes
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To tie dye a shirt you will need to twist the shirt all the way up and wrap rubber bands around in all different directions. Dip the shirt in different color dyes.
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There are different methods for tie dying a shirt. You are going to need a plain white shirt, for starters. I like to take different parts of the shirt and put rubber bands around
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After you have completed putting the dye on the shirt, pop it
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