Modern psychedelic tie-dying, like what we see now, did not become a fad until the late 1960’s following the example set by rock stars such as Janis Joplin and John Sebastian. Since that time, tie-dye clothing has always been a fun and cool way to express yourself.
In this DIY, Sarah shows you how to do the ice tie dye technique! Tie-dye any fabric such as shirts, totes, pillow cases, & more! (100% cotton works best.) Your shirt – or whatever you choose – will look just like a watercolor painting.
This is such a fun project to do with kids, the will love creating their own wearable masterpiece!
With Ice Dyeing you don’t need to depend on Mother Nature providing any snow, just get some ice, dye and a bucket and you are off to the races! (But obviously snow works too). This technique is great for unique dyed garments or for one-of-a-kind dyed fabric for quilting.
Check out some of the other project SoCraftastic has done using their tie-dye method here!
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