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Jacquard Tie-Dye & Fabric Art

Jacquard has created a bunch of cool ways to do tie-dye and fabric art, including some really juicy fabric markers and dye kits every color of the rainbow!


Dye Kits


We received both the funky groovy rainbow (many colors) and indigo (one color) tie-dye kits for review. The rainbow kit includes rubber gloves, red, blue and yellow pre-measured dye in applicator bottles, rubber bands and dye fixer, and lets you tie-dye five different shirts pretty much any color of the rainbow. The indigo kit comes with indigo-colored dye, reducing agent, gloves, wood pieces, rubber bands and an instruction book.


Basically, it only takes three easy steps to tie-dye with these kits:

  1. Wet garment and tie with rubber bands.
  2. Soak in Soda Ash and mix the dyes with tap water.
  3. Apply the dye (wait 24 hours), rinse, wash, dry and enjoy!

Tee Juice Fabric Markers


We also got two types of Tee Juice Fabric Markers to test: Really Juicy Fabric Markers and Fineliners For Fabric. The first are big, thick markers in four different colors that you can use to decorate tees, jeans canvas or cotton. The finer markers come in yellow, red, blue, black, green, brown orange and purple and can be used for more detailed artwork on fabric.


For more fun tie-dye and fabric art ideas go to www.jacquardproducts.com!


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