I should just buy this stuff in bulk.
What had happened was…
- Old forever 21 long black shall
- Fringe trim (3 yards)
- Liquid Stitch
1) I cut the bottom of my old shall up to where I wanted it to lay (allowing 4 inches for the fringe)
2) Twist up and rubber band for the tie dye
3) Dip banded portions in a pan of bleach, saturating the fabric you want tie dyed
4) Take out from pan, let sit until desired color is reached (bleaching black goes from red -> orange -> peach -> white)
5) With rubberbands stil on, rinse with cold water. Then remove the bands and rinse again. Wash with regular detergent in cold water, dry on low heat
6) Lay garment flat on table to do the no-sew hem and fringe trim. I went foot by foot, applying a thin line of liquid stich then finger pressing a half inch folded hem.
7) After you hem the bottom, start to apply the fringe trim (again working in small sections and using a thin line of liquid stich)
8) Continue around entire bottom. Lay flat and let dry.