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Begin with your brand. Tie dye is a resist dyeing process that includes tying a piece of cloth before immersing it in dye. When the binding dries, it is removed to expose undyed areas that produce complex patterns and attractive color gradients. Tie dye has existed in different forms since humanity discovered how to color their garments. However, we now see tie dye through the small round glasses of the hippies of the 1960s. Looking for a means to keep your current brand connected with the sixties' progressivism and creativity? A tie dye logo created using Hatchful, the free logo builder, might be useful.

Consider the surface you will be tie dying on. For easier cleanup, I suggest covering your area with a plastic table cloth. I also use wire racks instead of sheet pans to allow excess dye to drain out of the garment rather than merging all of the colors together. High-quality products will assist to assure success. High-quality fiber reactive dyes (dye powder) and cotton shirts will generate vibrant colors throughout the dyeing process and will hold their color after washing and wearing. Fiber reactive powder colors from Dharma Trading Co. or Procion dyes from Amazon are my personal favorites. They provide consistent and stunning color effects.

To begin, lay the garment flat. Scrunch tiny strips of cloth together at random. Continue scrunching and folding the cloth until it forms a somewhat flat, compact disk. Wrap the disk in many rubber bands. The more tightly you scrunch it, the more white patches will appear in the finished shirt. Check out How to Do the Crumple Tie Dye Technique for additional details.

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