To tie-dye, fold or twist a t-shirt or other 100-percent cotton item, and secure it with rubber bands or string. Dip the fabric in dye, or apply the dye with squeeze bottles. Including washing, the tie-dye process takes ... More »

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To create tie-dyed fabric, pretreat the fabric by washing it, shape the fabric, and use rubber bands to tie it. Prepare the dye and works station, soak the fabric in the dye solution, and rinse the dye out. Remove the ru... More »

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Tie-dye shorts using a method similar to that of tie-dying a T-shirt. Mix the dye, create patterns, and apply the dye. More »

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To tie-dye using bleach, twist and bundle the fabric with rubber bands, spray or soak it in a solution of bleach and water, remove the fabric from the bleach solution, and cut the rubber bands. Rinse the fabric, and let ... More »

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To tie-dye socks, secure rubber bands around the socks, and dip them in pans filled with fabric dye. Wash the completed socks separately from other clothes for several cycles to avoid staining other articles. More »

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The fabric of tie-dye shirts must sit to dry without being touched at all or removing the rubber bands from two to 24 hours. The longer the shirts sit to dry, the better the results. More »

Some simple tie-dye instructions include mixing the dye, preparing the shirt and soaking the garment. After soaking the shirt in the solution, rinse it in warm water, and launder it. More »

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