What Rit made so popular in the 60’s is still so popular today. With just a few rubber bands, you can fold, twist, pleat and crumple fabric to achieve fun, bold (and psychedelic) patterns.
Shibori is a Japanese dyeing technique that typically involves folding, twisting or bunching cloth and binding it, then dyeing it in indigo.
Ombré is a French word meaning “to shade” and is used to describe a dip-dye effect given to fabric in which the shades of color graduate from light to dark.
By simply sprinkling powdered dye on ice on top of fabric, you can create beautiful organic water color effects that are so unique.
Oh marbling, how we love you. The classic swirling technique is so cool, so fun to do.
Unlike traditional tie-dye, reverse tie-dye removes the color of your garment with Rit Color Remover to reveal a unique, high-contrast pattern.
Why choose one color when you can have both?