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Everyone loves a good tie-dyed spiral, right?
We definitely do. Watch us dye a blue tie-dyed spiral with a black spider dye over the top..
Obviously it took a little longer than two minutes, but watching it sit and cure for eight hours might get a little boring for you.
As you can see, tie-dyeing a spiral is pretty easy but gives spectacular results. All you need to do is twist then apply dye in pie slices. The black spray over the top is called the spider tie-dye pattern (see it in action by itself here) and gives a great starburst effect and really makes the colours pop.
We use Procion dyes, but if you want something a little simpler Tulip tie-dye kits are a great option.
Thanks for watching! We’d love to hear if you decide to try it and DIY your own tie dyes. Tag @dyediyhq on Instagram or Facebook and we’ll check it out.