A versatile addition to your wardrobe, a kimono is great for an evening event or a daytime outing. Plus, with breezy, sheer fabrics, kimonos also make a beautiful cover-up to wear at the pool or beach. Use our DIY how-to and make your own; a great piece for your upcoming Summer vacation!
TIP: If using a fabric that frays easily add some bias binding along the front and neckline edges instead of turning under for added strength.
Transform your porch, patio and other outdoor spaces with the charm and sophistication of the Abstractions outdoor collection. Understated designs and classic textures in current colours will update your outdoor look.
• Choose up to three colours of Dylon® Natural Fabric Dye.
• Have a bucket or bin, a grate, a garbage bag and lots of ice handy.
• PLUS one plain, light coloured cotton item to dye, like a t-shirt or tote bag. Step 1:
Wet the article to be dyed. Place grate on bucket and bucket atop the garbage bag, which will protect the table surface from any dye splashes. Scrunch up the damp item and place on the grate with the front facing up.
Cover the item in ice, as shown.Step 3:
Sprinkle dye crystals directly over the ice, in a colour design of your choosing. More crystals will give you a darker colour and greater saturation, a light sprinkling will give a lighter, more subtle colouring.
Tip to Remember: colour rules apply when dyeing. For example: pink sprinkled with yellow will create orange.To Finish: