Tie Dye Club

MONTH

TIE DYE METHOD

ITEM TO DYE

September

Bullseye, Sunburst, orStripes

Small item: Bandana, headband, or similar

October

Spiral

Medium Item: t-shirt (short or long sleeves)

November

Crumple, Ombre

Small Items: socks, gloves, hat, scarf, soft-cloth shoes (ie: Keds) etc.

December

Combo Methods ' Free Dye

Your choice item (small or large)

January

Shibori

Round Tube (paper towel or gift wrap)

Small or Medium item or choice

February

Galaxy (swirl, reverse & spray)

Medium Item: DARK t-shirt (short or long sleeves)

March

Dip Dye (single color dye job)

Large items (sheets, blankets, beach towel)

April

Folding, Salt Resist (?), Designs/Shapes, Requests, Free Dye

Small or Medium item of choice

May

Folding, Ice (?), Designs/Shapes, Requests, Free Dye

Small or Medium item of choice

Additional Small or Medium Items to consider: pants, sweatpants, sarongs, jeggings/tights

Tank-tops, skirts, shorts,
PERMISSION SLIP
(required)

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LINKS TO INSPIRE!

Projects + Inspiration

from JoAnn Fabrics website

http://www.joann.com/search?q=tiedyeprojects&icn=TyeDyeLP&ici=Project

Looks to Dye For

JoAnn Fabric webpage "Looks to Dye For." Includes project ideas, inspiration and directions

http://www.joann.com/tie-dye/?utm_campaign=TieDye&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest&utm_term=pin

tie dye on the line

Items to dye must be:

Prewashed.

A Natural Fiber - wool, rayon,
cotton, viscose, silk..

Clothes/items do not need to
be brand new. I like to give a
second life to stained shirts
with tie dye!

What to do with your tie dye
once you get it home:

1. Keep it sealed in the bag
for 6-12 hours. 24 hours is
even better.

2. Remove item from the
bag. Cut off the rubber
bands/strings.

3. Hang it somewhere it can
dry. This really helps the dye
soak in.

4. Rinse your tie dye in a
sink or by itself in the
washing machine on the
rinse cycle. If doing so by
hand, rinse until the water you
squeeze out of the fabric is
clear again.

5. Wash your tie dye in the
washing machine separate
from other clothes. It will
bleed colors when you do
this.

6. Dry your tie dye.

7. Remove from dryer and
celebrate your awesome new
tie dye!! Take a picture and
email it to Mrs. Flook!

Donations of supplies are
welcome:

Dye (refills or kits), rubber
bands (various sizes)

household string

plastic bags (zip lock or
similar)

plastic craft gloves

plastic painters' tarps

tubes (paper towels,
wrapping paper, pvc)

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