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Today marks HonestlyWTF’s four year anniversary. Four years! To celebrate, we’re revisiting the very first tutorial we ever featured on the site: shibori tie dye.

all images via Kinfolk Magazine. Shibori is the ancient Japanese art of dying cloth.  Dating back to the eighth century, Indigo, is one of the oldest organic dyes used for colouring cloth.  Indigo dye  is naturally extracted from plants and is applied to natural fibres and clothes such as linens and cottons, no synthetic or …

tie-dye or dip-dye stained napkins — whatever helps you cover those pesky stains, By Lovely Indeed

DIY T-SHIRT CRAFTS | ÚniCo Complementos !: DIY CUSTOM T-SHIRT

Temporarily afix doily to clothing, using fabric paint, apply a coat of paint to the doily. Remove the doily and voila, an intricate lace design applique!

FUN! We used to do this all the time in the 80's! Cut-hole graphic T (or sweat shirts too)