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Take the black shirt, and using bleach- bleach the parts you would like to tye-dye-let the bleach sit for 24 hours the using regular colored dye-dye t the bleached parts of the shirt
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\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nhere are the few steps to tiedying a shirt:\n. \n1: get WHITE shirt.\n. \n2:take rubber bands and wrap them on parts of shirt.\n. \n3:dip in… food colred water.\n. \n4: let dry.\n. \n Answer \n. \nThe above is right on, but wanted to add, if you want multi-colors then have 3 - 4 different bowls of dye. The dye can be bought in either a Craft Store or some grocery stores in the aisle where the laundry soaps are.
You can not dye black material. However, you can remove some of the dye of a black cotton garment using bleach or a product known as Discharge Paste. Then you can tie dye… or paint with dye on the white or near-white areas. If you use bleach, you must first get a chemical sometimes known as 'bleach stop'. Washing alone is not enough to completely stop the bleach from acting to weaken your fabric. After bleaching parts of your black garment, you must soak the garment in the 'bleach stop' to prevent the bleach from continuing to act on your fabric. Using bleach, or to a lesser extent using discharge paste, requires extra care because these chemicals are harsh. But used carefully they can help create stunning effects.
OK here are the steps, 1.find a white shirt 2.take hair ties and crunch it all up them 3.take paint (your color choices) 4.put paint in squeezer things... 5.squeeze …or splat pant all over the shirt (you can leave white if you want to) 6.take out hair ties 7.hang shirt until dry 8.ENJOY YOUR NEW SHIRT!!
A tie dye shirt is a shirt that is covered with random bursts of color. It get's its name because it began by tying a shirt into multiple sections and then randomly dippin…g it into colored dye.
You need to use more tie when using Black about two to four times as much.
blue would look good with a black shirt. white could look good maybe
First, be sure it is a solid color, with no contrasting stains or grease spots. These show up as stains in the black. If the fabric has a contrasting print or has d…ye stains, you can try RIT "color remover", available at many large supermarkets, to remove the excess color and make your garment a more unified undertone (does not need to be white) before dyeing. Follow instructions on envelope. Color remover requires boiling water, so be sure you have a fabric which will not shrink. Dyes like Rit and Tintex are readily available. I would use a lot more than they recommend, but make sure you dissolve the powder well or use the preliquified kind in a bottle. Or you can buy aniline dyes which are stronger. Wet your item and make sure you submerge it in your dye completely, and stir to distribute the dye through the fabric. Stir a lot! And make sure to keep stirring so that the dye doesn't take unevenly. Keep the temperature at a good simmer. Use some salt in the water to help the dye distribute and absorb evenly - maybe a half cup of salt in a large stockpot of dye water. Don't bother trying to dye anything black in the washing machine. It won't be hot enough, and the item will not come out black.
Its easy! All you have to wear is really depending on you!! if you are lazy... sweats are cozy and if your active... black or white basketball pants are great! What i wear wit…h tie dye is definitely tight blue jean shorts!
The easiest way is to buy a how to tie-dye book, or a tie-dye kit.
Start with a clean t-shirt in a material, like cotton, that will take the dye well. Read the directions on the dye. It will likely recommend a presoak that will prepare the sh…irt to accept the dye better. Follow the directions on this. Fold the shirt or tie it up in rubberbands. The way you bind the shirt now will create the pattern of the dye.Dip the shirt into different colors of dye, squirt the dye on from squeeze bottles, or pour the dye onto the shirt. Use colors that go together (such as blues, yellows and greens, with no purples) to prevent making a brown shirt.Allow the shirt to dry and then rinse it out. Follow the directions on the dye for a way to set the dye. This usually involves washing it very carefully once before you wear it.
pink with black spots
you can really tie dye any shirts but cotton is the best for it, because of its result. and you can get shirts from any craft store
Yes. There are many stores like Old Navy that have them, or you can buy some online.
To tie a spiral pattern tie dye first lay a washed shirt flat on the table grab it in the middle with two fingers and twist in a circle and keep the shirt from getting too bun…ched up. When done tie with three rubber bands. Now it is tied up and ready for the next step of tie dye.
If the cloth can be dyed, it can be dyed black. Your dye will have instructions that you should read and follow.