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How to get a fun tie-dye look without adding any color, you are actually doing the reverse...taking away what color is already there.

Technique Materials

Fabric (in my case I used part of an old jersey sheet), bleach, rubber bands, bowl, and a sink (or washing machine).

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    Sep 19, 2008, 06.12 AMby stephellen

    thank you for posting this! I would have never thought of it. I tried it out and it worked great.

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    Sep 14, 2008, 11.23 AMby jenla

    SWEET! I am so going to do this to a few tops.

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    Aug 1, 2008, 08.50 PMby oneoheight

    ha! this is very clever, it opens up possiblilities for all my stained clothing that i dread throwing out! thanks!

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    Jul 27, 2008, 07.45 AMby cat

    cool alternative & less messy!!!

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