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Very Wild Tie Dye Face on T-shirt
I started doing faces on shirt because I thought they would be neat for kids but I soon got requests from older folks and came up with this one as one of my best.

I drew a face on paper first then folded the shirt in half and copied the drawing onto the shirt. Then I tied the shirt accordingly.

Posted by Katherine Munro from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada • Published See Katherine Munro's 12 projects »
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Agnès
Agnès · 14 projects
This is amasing. good job!
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Alyssa O.
Alyssa O. · 14 projects
Incredible!
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ely.
ely. · Victorville, California, US · 9 projects
That is really amazing! I have some friends that this sort of wild thing would be perfect for.
Great work!
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Katherine Munro
Katherine Munro · Halifax, Nova Scotia, CA · 12 projects
Hi Ariel,
I did a drawing of a face first. Then I folded the shirt in half and copied one side of the face so it would be symmetrical and then pinch tied the main parts. Then after the first dyeing I hand painted some of the details. I used Fiber Reactive or Procion Dyes to get the brilliant color.
Thanks for asking!
K
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Ariel Greenwood
Ariel Greenwood · Lake Elsinore, California, US · 108 projects
wow! how do you do it?
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