How To Tie-Dye A T-Shirt Ombre Style - Running With Sisters
Learn how to tie-dye a t-shirt with ombre colors going from dark to light. We'll show you how to tie the t-shirt and how to dip it for a color merge effect!
A expressão inglesa “OK” [Okay], mundialmente conhecida para significar que está tudo bem ou sem problemas, teve sua origem por ocasião da GUERRA DE SECESSÃO nos Estados Unidos da América. Durante a Guerra, quando os soldados voltavam para suas bases sem alguma ocorrência de morte de seus companheiros de tropa, costumavam escrever numa placa “Okilled” – ou seja – [nenhum morto], expressando sua grande satisfação diante desse fato. Daí surgiu o termo “OK!" Através do significado dessa…
10 Shibori Swatches
I've been looking at shibori (a Japanese form of dyeing fabric using indigo dye and done by tying knots twisting and wrapping the fabric) for ages and I finally had some free time to try it out. These are my first attempts and I love them! I just cut up scrap fabric that I had into squares to try out a few different techniques. You can honestly make anything, scarves, blankets, bibs, tshirts, wall art, cushions, sarongs, rugs, quilts; the list is as long as your imagination!
Fashion Indie Merger
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#DIY: How to Bleach Tie Dye Sweats ⋆ Hot Pink and Glitter
how to bleach tie dye your own sweatsuit at home! This EASY DIY craft is fun and super affordable. Make a matching sweat suit for under $25 at home!
Shibori Tutorials — Natural Dye Kits
There are an infinite number of ways you can prepare your fabric before dipping into the indigo vat. Each fold, pinch and tie creates a new pattern. Here are a sampling of ways that you can prepare your pieces for dyeing.
Dress? Lisa Baday, thrifted Shoes? Kenneth Cole Clutch? Vintage It's been a while since I've blogged but things are pretty steady around here. I still love my studio and I still love sequins. Nothing new under the sun. I spotted this dress at the thrifts this spring and thought to myself 'now that is some next level sequin'. It's so unusual and the sparkle is so intense that I knew it had to be a good find. And it was a sweet find! Made in Canada and from Lida Baday... Thanks to thrifting…