something I've been meaning to write up for camp for awhile. I suspect the tie-dye teachers have gotten tired of explaining all the different styles and how they work. I should have done it sooner as it was actually a lot of fun to doodle it!
**I have changed the copyright on this doodle so that anyone can download it and use it for their group. All I ask is that you don't sell it.**
Anyone have any fun variants easy enough to teach to a crowd? Let me know and I'll add them to my collection!
p.s. for anyone who's never tie-dyed, don't forget to follow the other half of the instructions available at Dharma Trading! (they also sell all the stuff you need and I really recommend their Procion dyes... still brilliant on my kids' T-shirts after three years!)
p.p.s examples of actual shirts shown here.