Hit Refresh! That’s what I’ve been doing.
This skirt was once black. I also have a pair of 3/4 length pants that were a similar colour. I love this skirt and pants and wasn’t ready to toss them. Decided to pop them into a dye bath of Dylon’s Velvet Black.
This is the result. Sure beats spending money on new clothes.
My original plan for this white blouse was to use a Transprint Ink suitable for nylons etc. When I checked the label it actually stated that the shirt was rayon, nylon and elastane. I didn’t specify percentages but working on the food ingredient laws that what appears first is used the most I decided to use my Eco
With my colouring I never where white yet the blouse was quite a handy weight for throwing over my shoulders so I don’t get sunburnt. I loosely twisted it up then applied the dye.
Now this is something I will wear.
This post was first published here on 10th December, 2010