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DIY Two Colour Dip Dyed Scarf

By now you’ve probably seen my tutorial for a two colour dip dyed scarf over on EBEW – but just in case you haven’t, here it is~!

 







I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, and if you end up making a scarf – let me know!!

It was also featured on the RIT dye blog last week (how cool!), which incidently has some other really great dying ideas – if you’re looking for some inspiration!

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Meg is the Founder and Creative Director of Megan Nielsen Patterns, and is constantly dreaming up ideas for new sewing patterns and ways to make your sewing journey more enjoyable! She gets really excited about design details and is always trying to add way too many variations to our patterns.

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Emily
11 years ago

Cute scarf! I planned on doing some dying this summer to make some nebula fabric, this would be a great way to use up some of the extra!

p.s. I LOVE your skirt! You’ve got me thinking about how to make one now!

paige
11 years ago

oooo…fun! looks fairly easy, too. (of course, you make everything look easy.)
love the skirt, too…you should tie-dye that!

Annelise
Annelise
11 years ago

Love the colours! Beautiful job :)

Stephanie
Stephanie
11 years ago

Hey, thanks for the tutorial-looks neat! I was wondering if you have any full length pics of the skirt you were wearing in these photos? It looks lovely!

sume
sume
11 years ago

Also love the dress/skirt! Saw the tut for that somewhere, but now I cannot find it! Please help! Really want to make that… :)

Stephanie
Stephanie
11 years ago

Thanks – you’re awesome! :)

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[…] If like me you’ve fallen in love with dip dying, you can also try out this tutorial for a scarf. […]

Will@Tie Dye Shirts
11 years ago

Very simple process but you cant argue with the result. Tie dye is great for experimenting who know what cool designs and patterns you can create.

tim black
tim black
9 years ago

hi i have a new ,large fine knit cotton union jack flag i wanted to age and distress including uneven black marks . how go about achieving this effect without dyeing completely over the flag?I treid tea dyeing but i didnt really get the required effect
thanks
Tim

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