A dress designed to change color in the rain, thanks to dye sewn into the seams. Created by Sean Kelly, Modeled by Angelica Guillen-Jimenez
this was so iconic, i’m glad i was alive for it
I loved this so much…it hit home for me in so many ways. Thinking in my “DIY” mind that you could take some crappy white shirts/(etc) and put them on the line in the rain with little RIT dye temporarily sewn in here and there and get this!!!! It is like a modern tie dye.
these cloud pillows are a cute and easy diy christmas present. i made them for one of my team mates at we love handmade.
remember this? i used fabric i dip dyed some time ago. draw a cloud and cut out the shape from two different sheets of fabric. sew them together and turn them inside out. now fill your pillow with something soft… tadaa!
pan loved them too, i might make some more for myself! :)
What’s been happening on my craft blog? I joined the incredible DIY team at iLoveToCreate and became an iLoveToCreate blogger! Check out my first post to DIY up some ikat sneakers (can use up that left over tie dye!)
DIY Tie Dyeing Tights on the Cheap Tutorial. You can experiment dyeing cheap nylons with Kool Aid or food dye with vinegar. Tutorial from The Work Is Getting To Me here. *People on Pinterest have been making the rudest comments about the red tights (shocking) - but the joke is on them because Xandy has a great sense of humor and writes:
“Red dye only kind of looks like a terrible skin disease.” She also says of the pink and mint colored tights, “This is how they turned out. If unicorns wore tights…”