Ice-Dyed Onesies in a jar! Fun tie-dye technique

Ice-dyed onesies in a jar - tie dye onesies pattern

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Yes, I love dyeing onesies!

And with friends popping out babies all over the place I’ve got plenty of excuses to keep dyeing them.

I decided to try something a little bit different for these, and make ice-dyed onesies.

With a twist! I dyed them in a jar.

I used single dye colours that would split (separate into a range of shades) and I think the results are rather beautiful.

Check out the beautiful ice-dye patterns – I love the colour splits and crumple dye effects.

3 baby onesies, ice-dyed in a jar, green in centre, coral at bottom

These are currently on their way to Tasmania to layer up a new baby girl (the long-sleeved onesies were definitely intentional – she’s going to need all the warmth she can get!

3 baby onesies, ice-dyed in a jar, purple on left, green in centre, coral on right.

Ice-dyeing in a jar is definitely a method I want to experiment with more – it’s a beautiful mix of low-water immersion and ice-dyeing.

Want to DIY? Pin the dye colour palette on Pinterest for later and check out all my tie-dye colour palettes for more great ideas.

I used Procion dyes for these ice-dyed onesies, but if you want something a little simpler Tulip tie-dye kits are a great option.

Thanks for watching! I’d love to hear if you decide to try it and DIY your own tie dyes. Tag @dyediyhq on Instagram or Facebook and I’ll check it out.

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