Tie-dye a shirt by gathering and tying it into different shapes and placing it in fabric dye. The actual tie-dying process varies depending on if you are pre-treating the shirt and what kind of dye you use. You need a sh... More »

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According to Family Crafts at About.com, tie-dye is made from tying different colors of dye into a clothing item which results in a design. One needs a clothing item, rubber band or string, dye and a bucket. Prep materia... 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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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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Tie dying a shirt with food coloring is similar to tie dying a shirt using any other dye. Use a solution of equal parts white vinegar and water to soak the shirt until saturated. Wring the shirt, and tie it with rubber b... More »

One folding technique for tie dyeing fabric requires folding a shirt, or other piece of fabric, from the bottom to the neck in a zig-zag pattern, creating pleats. An individual should then secure rubber bands around the ... More »

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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