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A silicone pressing sheet, available online wherever sewing notions are sold, would work perfectly to create a barrier to the dye and let the heat through.
We used this technique in Vacation Bible School. Each child did a pillowcase. They were beautiful. Several leaders took them home and put them in the dryer. But after being washed, all the color washed out. I redid one and sprayed with vinegar and used an iron to set the color. It still washed out. Everyone that's contacted me, I've told to let the kids re-decorate with Sharpies. I know that won't wash out! Haha.
How to Dye Fabric with Tissue Paper (I Made It at TechShop!)
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