How to tie dye your tights
Searching for sustainable ways to update your wardrobe, or did you just dirty up the toes of your white hose? Give your old tights new life with a DIY dye job, this easy peasy project from the Bust DIY Guide to Life book. Add 90’s pizazz to your pins and make them now, so they're ready to wear with spring dresses when it gets warmer. Callie Watts shows you how:
- White or pale tights (no more than 50 percent polyester)
- Rubber bands
- Black fabric dye (any Dylon dye is good)
- Fuchsia fabric dye (for the option on the left in the picture)
- Old, large pan (you won’t want to use it for cooking again - charity shops are a great place to source cheap pans for DIY projects!)
- Old tongs or a wire hanger
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