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hearts throughout - but the greens over the heart were too similar in shade, and blended together to form a blob

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this fabric was very resistant to dye - resulting in the large white portions

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custom work for JB

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neon yellow hidden image mushroom shirt with heart pocket

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gnarly festival pants - v.1 - going to double dye a heart and peace sign on the larger yellow portions

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hearts on chest, ohm/wave along middle, scrunch bottom, which turned out mind-boggling


tie dye pro (although I am no expert, I have spent many hours working on my craft and am beyond the level of a beginner) tips: colors on opposite wheels of the spectrum from one another look great next to each other or in the same position on the reverse side (will end up next door after reveal)

I use cotton thread to bind my folds and tie them tight - but be careful not to cause your design to buckle. I prefer them over rubber bands simply because one can get them tighter, cotton is more easily replenished over rubber trees (natural rubber) or crude oil (synthetic rubber), in addition to producing dyed threads which I then use in other projects. One I run out of my spool, I shall be using artificial sinew and will compare the two.

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it's never too late to mutate (print by ray troll) + mushroom tie dye


sin + arrow tie dye

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represent 707 + flower


thick classy sweater




lace up - future mod with two front pockets


'el amor conquisara todo'




jean shorts


double rainbow all the way