Let’s Tie-Dye Everything!

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We are tie dying everything. Cause once you start it’s hard to stop!

How to Tie Dye

How to Tie Dye

I ordered shirts in BULK! I think this is key, because you won’t want to stop at just one – I got great quality and very inexpensive blank shirts, hats, hoodies, even jogging pants all from www.wordans.ca.  I’d highly recommend them, it was fast delivery and TONS of different styles. Not just your straight up plain shirts that are triple the price at the craft store.

And I noticed RIGHT NOW (Canada DAY July 1-8th 2020) there’s an Extra 3% off from Wordans with the code CANADA3.

Here’s what you’ll need:

I ordered T-Shirts, hats & sweats from Wordans.ca – Wordans has sites world wide, so check them out! The shirts were half the price of the craft/department stores! and you can get them in bulk!

Rit Dye

Rit Dye

A whole Rainbow of Rit Dye – I found these at Fabricland (in Canada) but they’re readily available on Amazon, Michael’s and Walmart.

If Using RIT DIE you’ll also need:

Rit Colour Fixative

Plastic Wrap, Dish Soap, Table Salt.


Watch below for 3 different Methods of Tie Dying.

The Twist, the Scrunch and the Fan.

Twist Tie Tye

Ombre Tie Dyed Shirts

How to Ombre Tie Dye with the timed dip method.

Dip Dying is a much more modern look. I feel like I could actually wear this and not look like I just came from summer camp. No offense traditional tie dyers!


Squirt – Perfect for making your own pattern…or getting the look on items on things you don’t want to scrunch up, like structured hats.


How to tie Dye a baseball hat.

How to tie Dye a baseball hat.

Oh and….wear gloves.

Use gloves or get these hands.

Everyone dyed multiple shirts and hats & we still have blanks from www.wordans.ca left!


and….Do this outside! Seriously.



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