Tie Dye is only one way to dye fabric with swirling designs and crackle features. Try dip dying fabric. This simple process involves crumpling the fabric in the dye to produce an array of effects. There are no rubber bands required, and the results are different than conventional tie dye.
What You'll Need:
- A box of fiber reactive dye (What is fiber reactive dye?)
- Cellulose (plant) fabric like cotton. You can also use silk. (Kinds of Cellulose Fabrics).
- A bucket or deep tray
- Wooden spoons or a large plate to weigh down the fabric