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17 gennaio 2013
Not all of your projects are the same.
you need to dye a large item like a bedspread. Other times you're just
touching up one of your favorite shirts. Maybe you’re dyeing a
non-fabric material like wood, wicker, or paper. Or trying a new
technique like Japanese shibori. That's what this section is all about –
making sure you get the best results for each project, every time. Choose a Dyeing Technique
For maximum convenience, and for large items, use the washing machine technique.
Use the stovetop technique for best color results when dyeing with Rit Black Dye or other dark colors.
The sink or bucket technique is suitable for dyeing small or delicate items.
If you are just touching up a lightened area in fabric, the spot-dyeing method may be best.