Though you can use a variety of dyes to do tie-dye, our recommended and most popular is the Dharma Fiber Reactive Procion type Dye for all cotton, rayon, hemp and other plant fibers. (you can use it on silk, but some colors will shift) It's the one the professionals use and will put those low quality, over the counter dyes to shame.What is the best brand of tie dye?
When it comes to tie-dye, Tulip is a go-to brand for reasonably priced, high-quality products. Not surprisingly, the top-rated One-Step 5 Color Tie-Dye Kit stands out among other bundles. This affordable, user-friendly kit comes with five 1.5-ounce squeeze bottles of concentrated, nontoxic dye and five refill packets.What are tie dye techniques?
One folding technique for tie dyeing fabric requires folding a shirt, or other piece of fabric, from the bottom to the neck in a zig-zag pattern, creating pleats. An individual should then secure rubber bands around the fabric at even intervals and apply dye to both the front and back.