Tie Dye

By Paula Briggs

Tie Dye on the line
Tie Dye on the line


What better way to spend a summer day than tie dyeing in the garden!

Tie dye is a great way to encourage a sense of exploration and risk taking. Try not to follow rules about making patterns – just experiment with fastening small objects inside clothes, bound by string or elastic band. Fold, pleat, scrunch, twist. Experiment with different string and how much you use!

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