Answer: Very easy.
Consider this not so much a ‘How-to’ (though we will cover that) but more of a reminder how fun and easy it can be to DIY your way to a tie-dyed wardrobe in no time. We decided to show you just how achievable this 70s inspired look can be, using only supplies we found around the office and (after a quick trip down to the local craft shop) some powder fabric-dye.
What you will need:
Whatever you want tie-dyed (we used a Bonds Classic Tee and Bonds Circulation Crew Socks)
Bucket or bowl (can also be done in a sink)
Something to mix with (we used a spoon)
To prepare the dye, all you really need to do is follow the instructions, most will be the same though, so just pour the satchel of dye + a cup of salt in some boiling water and you’ll be right.
How to do it:
1. For the tee, we decided on a swirl pattern; for that what you will need to do is start in the centre and twist the fabric around your finger. Once it’s fully rolled-up tie the rubber bands around the middle in a star shape.
We also had a pair of socks on hand, so we thought we’d give them a go too…
4. Leave out to dry.