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With me home from uni over the summer holidays, mum wanted me to make LOTS of tie-dye videos. I figured that I’d better keep her happy – especially as I get to keep everything I dye!
After a bit of research I decided to try a gradient spiral as my first project. It’s a fun way to add to the standard spirals that can become a bit repetitive after you’ve got a couple.
I used two shades of purple, two shades of blue and black Procion dyes from Dharma Trading Co. If you want something a little simpler Tulip tie-dye kits are also great. By blending them I got the variegated effect.
Watch below to see how I did it.
It turned out much better than I expected. I was a bit worried that I’d forgotten how to tie-dye. I’m pretty happy with it!