RIT dyes are easy to use because you just add hot water. The instructions will tell you to add enough water fo rthe fabric to move freely, but that is not really what we want here. The smaller your bucket, bowl or tray, the better. A small containter will block some of the fabric from getting dyed. Before adding the fabric to the water, make sure that it is clean and dry.
For a crackle effect, bunch up the fabric tightly in your hands.
For a loosely striped effect, fold the fabric like a paper fan.
Here, I simply dropped the fabric into the dye, letting it pile on top of itself.
Next, we will secure the fabric in place.
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