Tie Dye T Shirt Patterns

Here is a list of the tie-dye patterns we'll cover.

  • Spiral.
  • Crumple.
  • Bullseye.
  • Sunburst.
  • Horizontal Stripes.
  • Diagonal Stripes.
  • Vertical Stripes.
  • Box Folds.
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    How do you tie dye a shirt step by step?

  • Prep the materials. Before you tie dye, you need to prewash the garments.
  • Mix your dyes. Pre-soak your garment, if necessary.
  • Fold and tie your garment. There are so many ways to fold and tie your fabric.
  • Apply the dye.
  • Let the dye set.
  • Rinse, wash, and wear your garment.
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    Can you tie dye a shirt with a design on it?

    Yes! However, the color you choose to overdye with will mix with the existing color(s) in the logo and create new colors. Even if you were to overdye the patterned garment with a dark color, you may find that the color will appear lighter along the patterned area. via

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    Should you wet shirt before tie dying?

    We generally recommend washing your fabric and leaving it damp before tie-dyeing, as the dye has an easier time saturating the fabric when it's wet. But depending on the technique and the look you want, you can apply dye to dry fabric. Just make sure the fabric has been washed (if it's new) to remove the sizing. via

    What colors go well together for tie dye?

    Color Combination Fun:

  • A lot of fuchsia and a little yellow make red.
  • Red and yellow make orange.
  • Yellow and turquoise make green.
  • A lot of turquoise plus a little fuchsia makes blue.
  • Turquoise plus fuchsia makes purple.
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    How do you wash tie-dye for the first time?

  • Step 1: Let it steeps for at least 8 hours.
  • Step 2: Remove from plastic bag & rinse with cold water.
  • Step 3: Set Your Tie-Dye.
  • Step 4: Remove rubber bands.
  • Step 5: Wash shirt using detergent in hot water (Alone!)
  • Step 6: Repeat as necessary.
  • Step 6: Air Dry.
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    What materials do you need to tie-dye a shirt?

  • Tie-dye kit.
  • Water (temperature according to kit instructions)
  • Rubber bands.
  • Disposable gloves.
  • 100 percent cotton items to tie-dye (shirts, socks, curtains, pillowcases, etc.)
  • Tarp.
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    How do you make homemade tie-dye?

    Mix two cups of white vinegar to two cups of warm water and soak your clothing or fabric in the mixture for one hour. While the clothes soak, mix eight drops of your food colouring with 120ml warm water. Use this dye mixture to create any of the patterns listed above. via

    Can I tie-dye a shirt twice?

    It's absolutely possible to tie-dye the same shirt twice, in fact, you can dye the same shirt as many times as you want. Once the dye has had time to set you can then rinse your shirt. Once the shirt has been rinsed and the excess dye is removed you can then begin the whole process again for a second round of tie-dye. via

    What happens if you leave tie-dye too long?

    We also found that leaving it to batch for too long could cause some adverse effects and that leaving it for too little time can result in paler colors. First let's cover the typical recommendation of overnight or about 8 hours of curing time for the dye. via

    How long should you wait to rinse a tie-dye shirt?

    Here's how to do it: Let the Dye Marinate — Don't wash your shirt for at least 24 hours after dying it. The longer you wait, the more time the dye will have to set into the fabric. Wash It On Its Own — When you're ready to wash, put it in the washing machine by itself or with other similarly colored tie-dyed shirts. via

    How long should I let my tie dye sit?

    Let the fabric sit for 2-24 hours. The longer you can let the fabric sit, the easier it will be to wash out loose dye from the fabric. The length of time you let the fabric sit is not overly critical. If you are in a hurry, let the fabric sit for as long as your deadline will allow. via

    How do you tie dye a shirt without rubber bands?

    Kite string is the most common alternative to rubber bands for tie-dye. This type of string is cheap and can be bought at most craft stores. Just about any kind of string can work, but kite string in particular is both cheap and strong. Another, more advanced option is to use waxed thread. via

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