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‘The Handprinted Home’ by Jenny McCabe Book Review

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Jenny McCabe’s new book ‘The Handprinted Home’ features 35 gorgeous printing projects to make our homes the envy of all our friends. Read more

Ice Dyeing

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

You will need: Read more

Tie Dyed T-Shirts from Tillicoultry Primary School

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

We were sent these photos by Heather from Tillicoultry Primary School. She tie dyed all of these T-shirts and bags with 57 children. The children got to keep their T-shirts and the bags were sold at their Christmas fair where they were a fantastic success. They used just three Procion MX colours: Lemon Yellow, Bright Turquoise and Magenta. It is a great illustration of the variety of colours you can achieve with just these three colours. If you would like a copy of the instructions please click here!  Read more

How to use SolarFast on Fabric

Monday, October 21, 2013

Shibori

Tuesday, April 09, 2013

Shibori is the Japanese term for creating a patterned cloth using tied/sewn/bound resists. It is what we would call tie dye! Read more

Basic Batik

Monday, November 05, 2012

A simple guide to batik.  Read more

Tie Dyeing 5 Ways – Part 3 – Scrunch Dyed T-Shirt

Sunday, June 24, 2012

One plain white, cheap cotton T-shirt, made to look very Isabel Marant! Read more

Tie Dyeing 5 Ways – Random Dyed Leggings

Sunday, June 24, 2012

These black and white leggings were purchased in the sale at New Look but never worn. Read more

Tie Dyeing 5 Ways – Spiral Dyed T-Shirt

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Here is the last instalment of Tie Dyeing 5 Ways and it is a bit of a classic. We used the method for a Spiral Rainbow Tie Dye but only used two colours Scarlet Red and Bright Royal. Read more

Tie Dyeing 5 Ways – Part 2 – Dip Dyed Denim Waistcoat

Thursday, June 07, 2012

Next up was a cropped denim waistcoat. We wanted to dip dye it. This method can be used for a huge variety of garments. Read more

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