I had a request from my son-in-law for a new tie-dye shirt for my grandson as he’d out-grown his so I dug out the blank shirts and got busy doing some dyeing over the past few days. Really it’s amazing how many white shirts I have squirreled away in the closet. This is the last of the child-sized shirts but I have plenty of adult ones left. So I’m just going to photo bomb the blog and then write down the dyes used to make the shirts.
Group of shots of some of the tie-dyes in bags on the sunny deck and front porch. Even though the day wasn’t that warm the sun did it’s job.
Group of family rainbow spirals made with Light Red, Turquoise and Lemon Yellow.
Group shots of tie-dyes on drying rack on the deck.
Boysenberry, black and eggplant spiral.
Boysenberry, violet and eggplant spiral tank.
Caymen island blue onesie.
Family rainbow spirals, turquoise, lemon yellow, light red.
Fuchsia and grape spiral.
Pink heart with turquoise outline and grape and violet onesie.
Rainbow scrunched onesie, turquoise, lemon yellow, light red.
Toddler size 4 scrunched tee, turquoise, lemon yellow, light red.
Toddler size 4 made with turquoise, lemon yellow and black. Turquoise + lemon yellow gives the green.
Toddler size 6, fuchsia heart with lemon yellow outline and grape background.
Toddler size 6 rainbow spiral, turquoise, lemon yellow, light red.
Toddler size 6 turquoise with lemon yellow vee design. The turquoise laid down first and the lemon yellow on top.
Turquoise and lemon yellow tank.
Youth size small rainbow spiral, turquoise, lemon yellow and light red.
Youth size small vee, turquoise, black, light red and grape.
Youth size small, lemon yellow with turquoise spiral.
Lots of fun and colour. The dyes are still working after 8 years so I’m happy with that.