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    • Denise Williams

      dip dyed throw rug and lampshade

    • Sandra Elizabeth

      Perfect for the cut up curtains I have around. More pillow cases for the camp. Ooh, or cut up the fabric into quilting pieces dip dye those and then make quilts. . . The possibilities.

    • Lumisaari

      How to Dip-Dye with Fabric Dye by Martha Stewart. Need to do this with some white sheets and pillow cases

    • Ryan Rexrode

      May try with curtains - Dip-Dyed Throw Rug | Step-by-Step | DIY Craft How To’s and Instructions| Martha Stewart

    • Haley

      How to Dip-Dye with Fabric Dye by Martha Stewart. I absolutely love everything dip dyed.

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