Need some reverse tie dye items for your next project? You have come to the right place.
When I wrote a post on reverse tie dye (or bleach tie dye depending on what you want to call it) I knew you were going to need some great ideas for what to do this technique on.
You can totally do it on clothes or household items you already have but sometimes you may not have the right thing, you want to make something as a gift, or you just want a new item to dye, because why not?!
We dug through a whole lot of dark colored items to find the high quality ones that will work with bleaching.
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You will get the best results by using dark fabrics such as black or navy or even dark reds and forest greens or deep golds.
You will also be better off using items with as much cotton as possible. This is especially true if you plan to add color after bleaching. You should give that a try as it looks super cool and here are the best kits to use.
Let’s dive into the crafting blanks. I’m sure you will find the perfect ones and you may even get some new ideas!
Reverse Tie Dye Items to use For Bleach Tie Dyeing
We did a post on reverse tie dyeing and I knew you would want to find the best dark items to try this cool technique on.
So with that in mind I went out and found a bunch of great clothes and other dark colored cotton items to splash, stripe and dip in bleach.
If you are tie dying with a group or want to try a few at a time, grab this pack.
They are the basic Hanes shirts, are good quality, and will hold up to the bleach. They are also 100% cotton.
Comes in a variety of sizes, 4 to a package. Also available in deep red, dark green and navy. These shirts are pretty unisex but you can click through the link and find women's and kids versions as well.