Fast & easy Tie-Die

Tie Dye T-shirt - mix a solution of (2) unsweetened Kool Aid packets, 4 c. warm water & 1 c. White Vinegar in a container, tie a rubber band around a section of the T-shirt and soak for several hours. The easiest way to do this is to take a plastic bread bag, shake out the crumbs, wrap the elastic

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    Tie Dye T-shirt - mix a solution of (2) unsweetened Kool Aid packets, 4 c. warm water & 1 c. White Vinegar in a container, tie a rubber band around a section of the T-shirt and soak for several hours. The easiest way to do this is to take a plastic bread bag, shake out the crumbs, wrap the elastic tightly around the shirt, dip it into the colors you want, then stuff it into the bag, let it set 24 hours.

    Wash and dry the shirt.

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    Default Re: Fast & easy Tie-Die

    Need to try this with the kids on vacation. Maybe as a rainy day project.

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    Default Re: Fast & easy Tie-Die

    How many packets of koolaid per mix???

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    Default Re: Fast & easy Tie-Die

    Deffinateley gonna give this a try thank you

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    How do you set the tie die? Do you rinse in cold water and then dry it?

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    Would love to try this with my Girl Scouts, but need to know how many packets of kool aid to use and how to set the die. We tried a different mixture of kool aid to vinegar and it washed completely out of the shirts.

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    Default Re: Fast & easy Tie-Die

    How much Kool - aide do you use for the mixture

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    Quote Originally Posted by mybabybluz View Post
    How much Kool - aide do you use for the mixture
    What You Do:

    For every color you wish to use, put 1 package of Kool-Aid and 1 oz. vinegar in individual plastic bowls. Mix until dissolved.

    Pull and twist your T-shirt into different shapes and secure with rubber bands.

    Dip the areas gathered by the rubber bands into the bowls of color. Make sure you wear gloves so your hands don't get stained. Done dipping? Keep the rubber bands on and set t-shirts in the sun to dry. You and your child can try as many different colors as you like—just be sure to let each color dry before moving on to the next. Get creative!

    Once you're done with your dying, remove all of the rubber bands and hang the shirts outside to dry.

    To set the colors, iron your totally dry shirts on medium-high, using an ironing cloth (a cotton rag will work just as well too) between the shirt and the iron. Let the shirt set for 24 hours before washing. To be safe, wash separately the first time. Once it's washed it's ready to wear!

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