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Fri, 12 Sep 2008
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Do your own Tie Dying

Dyes are substances that people use to colour textiles and other materials. Some dyes come from plants. Cochineal, a red dye, comes from the cochineal insect. To dye an object, dip it in water containing dissolved dye. If dyes are fast, the object will keep its colour no matter how often you wash it.

There are many beautiful ways of dyeing fabric. You can make beautiful and attractive patterns on your clothes. It's an interesting way to pass time and quite simple too. So let us see how it is done. Make Yourself a Skirt out of a Pillowcase,
The Charity Shops are the best place to Look for Brilliant Colours

Recycle a pillowcase to make a sweet skirt. This is the easiest skirt to make because it's practically already made for you. The top of the pillowcase already has a drawstring casing and the sides are already sewn.
Make a
Pillowcase Skirt

I have added a variation on the basic pillowcase skirt design with some gathered side slits and ribbon. These gathered sides make the skirt easy to walk in and coordinates with the drawstring ribbon.


  • One Pillowcase
  • Scissors
  • Ribbon
  • (optional) Grommet Punch
Once you have gathered your materials, we can get started.
How to make a wall hanging from Plaster of Paris.

Things you need
  • Plaster of Paris
  • Water
  • An empty vessel (for mixing)
  • A moulding plate (preferably made of flexible plastic)
  • A sharp knife
  • A sturdy piece of wire
  • Poster paints
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