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Bullseye Tie Dye Technique

Bullseye Tie-Dye Technique--this link has videos and how-tos to create a lot of different tie-dye shirts. @abby joy

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Salt Resist Tie Dye Technique

A little dash of salt can give your project a whole new look. Create shapes, words, and more by following this Salt Resist Tie Dye Technique.

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Tie Dye Patterns Great for Kids

These tie dye patterns are super easy to tie up and great for even the littlest fingers.

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Heart Tie Dye Technique

Applying the Dye

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How to Tie Dye the High Fashion Way

DIY cute tie dye

How To Tie-Dye Guide - complete instructions - The Basics of the Fan Fold - by Jeremy Wanamaker

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DIY Shibori

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. Lauren and I first discovered shibori after discovering an old photo on the web. The idea of recreating an ancient Japanese dyeing technique inspired us to spend an entire weekend experimenting with our favorite deep blue, indigo.

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Swirl Tie Dye Technique

Pinch and twist

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Tie-Dye: beach sheet, picnic blanket, bed sheet...

diy tiedye sheet!

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DIY Shibori

tie dye techniques

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Son(s) of Boring Black!

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100+ Tie Dye Patterns and Techniques

Get ready for summer with this epic collection of 94 Tie Dye Techniques and Patterns.

We love tie-dye in our family! Check out Jedi Craft Girl: Tie-Dye 101 for vibrant colors and folding techniques.

Trash To Couture: DIY Shibori with Indigo (A little different than tie dye, Shibori is a Japanese method of dying patterns by twisting, binding, wrapping, folding, and such. The main dye used for this technique is Indigo because of its easy-to-create resistance patterns on fabric...)