DIY Ombre tee. I'm totally doing this with a sweatshirt! UPDATE: I went to Walmart and got a white crew neck sweatshirt and followed these instructions. Boom! It totally turned out. I used Dylon Fuchsia so it goes from baby pink to bright pink. I also cut the neck off to make it an off the shoulder top. High five for this project. Diy Ombre, Dips Dyed, Dips Dyes, Dyes T Shirts, Ombre Shirts, Ties Dyes, Diy Dips, Crew Neck Sweatshirt, Dip Dyed
I like dip dyeing. Especially if you start with a colored shirt and apply a complimentary color (like yellow shirt and red dye). If you want the added color to be gradient. Dip bottom 2". Remove half of the dye and add that much plain water. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat working your way up the shirt by 3-4" increments.