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Cindy Sersig
11 months ago • Phoenix

Tie dye

We are getting ready to do our first tie dye shirts. Ive never done this before. Are there some kits better than others?
16 replies
9 months ago
My kids received the Tulip Tie Dye kit a couple of years ago and it worked pretty well. They had a lot of fun with all the different colors and patterns they could create. This is a good reminder that I should pull it out and let them use it again.
11 months ago
Thank you!
11 months ago
Hi! we just bought one at Target, we got great results! Tulip 37pc One Step Tie Dye Kit - Rainbow
11 months ago
I have to agree that Tulip One-Step Tie-Dye Kit is great! Easy to use and wonderful results.
11 months ago
I also recommend the Tulip Kits. Good product that is easy to use.
11 months ago
whichever kit you use - USE GLOVES - haha or you'll have stained hands
11 months ago
I got the Tulip kit today. I’ll let you know how it goes!!
11 months ago
Once you have used the kit and get the hang of it, Jerry's Artarama has a nice selection of dye colors for your next project!
11 months ago
I second use gloves =)
11 months ago
Used tulip kit with 6 year olds, gloves and maybe aprons - but lots of fun.
11 months ago
Sounds really fun! I've only done this once or twice as a teen but we used just rubber bands and dye.
11 months ago
Sounds fun!!!!
11 months ago
We used the Tulip brand tie dye kit. It came with 4 colors, gloves and trays to cook the shirt in the microwave for 2 minutes. We had so much fun and we may have started a new addiction!
11 months ago
Rit has some great dye too, but if you're just playing around go with a tulip kit. If you want to do thicker fabrics like hoodies or stuff like that make sure you really soak it in dye. I have a hoodie that got beautiful color all over the front, arms, and hood but the back looks like someone spilled juice on the front and it soaked through in spots on the back :/
see - Rit
10 months ago
Target has a few options. We got a couple of the kits and did it with our grandkids.
9 months ago
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