A bleach spot doesn't necessarily mean ruined laundry. Instead, it might just be the starting point for a project. This guide will show you how to combine bleach and Inkodye in the same project to make fantastic DIY pillows.

Step 1: Gather

For this project, you will need will need Inkodye, Inkowash(can be substituted with regular fabric detergent, but be sure to wash twice!), laundry bleach, fabric for printing, a large format negative, two brushes or rollers, and two bowls. If you’re unsure how to make your own large negative, we have just the guide for you.
<p>and is this the same process as cyanotype??</p>
<p>can you print the negative onto acetate or OHP?</p>
<p>This is incredible! Can't wait to try it.</p>
Does anyone know where I can get this image?
This is a public domain image from the Library of Congress. You can find it by looking up &quot;bathing beauties&quot; http://www.loc.gov/pictures/related/?fi=subject&amp;q=Bathing%20beauties.
That looks fabulous! Love the color and the bleach/print style.

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