We're sharing our favorite techniques, including dip-dyeing and traditional tie-dyeing, for updating the color and look of your favorite accessories.
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More chic than a tie-dye but just as fun to make, this stylish shirt may become the one you reach for every Saturday morning.
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Wet, wild, and, yes, a little messy, tie-dyeing is the perfect way to keep kids entertained on a summer day and a great way to create unique T-shirts and other accessories.
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Canvas sneakers are comfy and cool, but you may not always find them in the colors you want. Put a spring in your step by selecting the shade yourself. With fabric dye, it's a cinch to match them to your wardrobe or your mood.
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Inspired by a traditional Japanese textile, this versatile accessory is just a length of fabric and a bottle of dye away.
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Shibori, meaning "to wring, to squeeze and to press," is the ancient Japanese art of shaping cloth to create patterns and textures. We used it to make this lovely scarf.
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Create one-of-a-kind T-shirts with this simple dyeing technique.
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Use this gradient-dyeing technique to make this fashionable spring scarf.