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The Guilty Crafter's Dye-I-Y studio

By Angela Daniels

December 6, 2016

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Project Description

Bottles of wine and cider are great to keep on-hand for quick hostess gifts during the holiday season. I like to personalize my hostess gifts with this quick DIY project. A sweater that was destined for the Goodwill pile and a bit of Rit dye is all you need!

 

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    • https://www.ritdye.com RitDye

      Hi Mo, We have two different dyes to choose from, depending on the material. Our original dye, all-purpose Rit, dyes natural fibers well, such as cotton, rayon, ramie, linen, silk or wool. Our new synthetic dye, Rit DyeMore, dyes polyester, nylon, acrylic, acetate, and many plastics. If you are working with natural fabric, Rit offers instructions for tie-dyeing using the squirt bottle method https://www.ritdye.com/techniques/creative-techniques/how-to-tie-dye-using-the-squirt-bottle-method/, or, bucket method https://www.ritdye.com/techniques/creative-techniques/how-to-tie-dye-using-the-bucket-method/ Let us know if you have any other questions we can help you with.

    • Jason Bales

      Hey, I’m trying​ to tie dye /dip dye a mostly synthetic and nylon wedding dress. Is it absolutely necessary for it to be in the hot water using the dyemore synthetic dye,or is it possible to just spray that on and let it sit a few hours, then rinse? Holler back please and let me know what you think?

     

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