1. C1K3 says:

    Pass the cranberry sauce

  2. My 2year old would go nuts for this! Would love to learn this pattern

  3. I traced his eyes and mouth onto a piece of paper and found a good place to fold it so it was symmetrical.

  4. This is so awesome!! I may need to know how you did it. I have 4 little cookie monsters myself that would love it!

  5. I traced his eyes and mouth onto a piece of paper and found a good place to fold it so it was symmetrical.


  7. I'll parrot this comment. Mr. Tie Dye has taught me SOOOOO much about all things tie dye. There are definitely other tie dye channels out there, but he's really good at explaining everything in an easy to understand way.

  8. I have a lot of dye, and a lot of undershirts. So they get used to try out designs.

  9. Gotta love a UHF reference!

  10. Used fuchsia, lemon yellow, Emerald green, turquoise, Imperial purple, raven black, golden brown, and shitake Mushroom all from Dharma.

  11. Overall extremely happy. The alien head will definitely be larger on the next one.

  12. Clear glass isn’t the best for plants. The roots seek darkness and get confused by being in contact with light. It will still grow, just not as well. I learned this the hard way and then someone informed me of the above info.

  13. I'm aware of this. There's a black dress sock over the bottle 99.9% of the time. I just had it off to check the roots and took some pictures while they were uncovered.

  14. Done with Jacquard dyes, Fuchsia, Turquoise, Medium Blue, and the purple/blue is a mix of reds, blues, and black to get the color I was looking for.

  15. Now make the reverse and call it rainbow in the dark. Rest in peace Dio.. very nice job.

  16. I did a reverse one, but did 4 shades of green and yellow inside. It looks kinda like a Rick and Morty portal tearing thru the fabric of space.

  17. How are you tying the colored sections? Any pics of that or it tied after dyeing?


  19. I love the depth; how it looks like a black hole. I’m not normally a fan of wigwag, but this one is killer!

  20. When I first rinsed it out, all the grey was dark black too, and the middle looked like a big black blob, and I was sure it was a fail. Once it came out of the dryer it was instantly one of my favorites.

  21. I think it came out pretty neat! Would you mind if I added it to the list of Raven Black examples in the dharma sub?

  22. That's totally fine! Thanks for what you're doing on that sub!

  23. First attempt at a design coming from the side.

  24. I've done a Mandela and a Starflower bandana, but these are on a whole other level. Beautiful!

  25. I believe all of these were done with Jacquard dyes. That black was Jet Black.

  26. I batch mine for 48 hours before rinsing them out. I put them in a plastic tote on the roof of my shed in the summer sun. It's between 120-145° in there.

  27. Done in Emerald Green, Sapphire Blue, Imperial Purple, Turquoise, and Raven Black. All dyes are from Dharma.

  28. How is this satisfying and unsatisfying at the same time?

  29. Before I came to the comments I thought to myself "I like it, but I don't like it." Glad to see I'm not the only one.

  30. Done with Imperial Purple, Sapphire Blue, Turquoise, Lemon Yellow, Fire Red, and Brilliant Orange, and a light coat of Raven Black over the top.

  31. I like that they're true in the name of the program. Dixie Normous.

  32. Who says I have 0.75 loaves of bread? I have three quarters of a loaf of bread. Half a loaf. I do concede the point if I have no bread, it is loaves.

  33. This is one of my favorite things I've seen in this forum. Very creative!

  34. I take a strip of veneer and soak it in hot/boiling water for a few minutes. When it's flexible I wrap it around a socket wrench socket that's about the right size and tape it with painters tape. Wait for it to dry overnight, or pop it in the oven for an hour at a low heat.

  35. I was working with epoxy and denim today making micarta for a different project, and I had some epoxy left over. I quickly cut a strip of denim into ring width strips and wrapped them around a couple wood ring cores I already had made.

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