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That was interesting, a different way than I've done with kids. We didn't leave our pillow cases overnight soaking in dye, we hung ours up on the clothesline overnight. We also used rocks rather than spiral. We put a rock in a piece of the fabric, then wrapped elastic around it. We did this until we had a ton of rocks wrapped up in the fabric. Then we soaked the pillow cases in the sink that held one colour fabric dye. Left them there for a couple hours, then took outside and hung on the line. The spirals on the shirts in the video were really cool. I used to use vinager in my laundry with new jeans or when I would dye my old jeans (to extend the life of the jeans) and it really works.
Thanks for sharing the fun video.
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Here is a money saving tip...how to make tie dye tshirts with a spiral of different colors in them. It is cool. watch it, I learned something new...
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