Before I begin I have to admit that this tie-dye was a fluke. When I started I didn't know what I was doing or how I was going to do it. I only knew it was going to be a tie-dye. So that's the reason why it's called 'block print tie-dye', I wasn't sure what to call it. But it is pretty cool right?
Stuff you need:
1. Lay out your t-shirt
2. Roll one half of the shirt diagonally
3. Roll the other half inwards
4. Tie several rubber bands along the entire roll
5. According to the instructions on the dye packet, dye the rolled up t-shirts
Remove the rubber bands and dry the shirt. I cut off the collar and shortened my t-shirt because it was a large mens size.
Is this amazing or what?