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I ombré dyed our duvet cover ages ago, and then I had about ten ladies over for an ombré dyeing party, yet I'm somehow only just now managing ...
Click here for links to where I purchase my dye and soda ash. White or light-colored natural-fiber garment (cotton, rayon, hemp, silk, etc.) Fiber reactive dye (Dharma Trading ...
Flip your garment (shirt) inside out. Decide how far up you want the color to go. This will be the lightest part of the ombré. Mark a small ...
Wash your garment ahead of time to get any residue off it. Mix water hot from the tap with the salt and soda ash. You'll add one cup ...
Put on your gloves! Dump about two tablespoons of powdered dye into a bowl, and add a little water. Mix to form a paste, and then add some ...
Add dye to the water 1/4 teaspoonfull at a time, until you have a light color. You can test it by dipping a white rag or paper towel. ...
Drape the shirt over the rod, and drop the bottom into the water until the top dot is level with the top of the water. Let it soak ...
Make sure you have no dye on your gloves. Pull the shirt up, letting the excess hang over the side, until the second dot is level with the ...
Continue pulling the shirt up, one dot at a time, while you add one more spoonful of dye at each new layer. To deepen the effect, you can ...
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