I love the ombre effect. It’s on everything these days, clothes, decor and even hair. It’s such a beautiful look and super easy to do yourself. You can update the style of any white thrift store shirt quickly and easily by just using some regular colored dye.
You’ll need a plastic tub, rubber gloves, salt, dye, a wooden stir stick, and a white shirt. Cotton shirts work best for this kind of project. You can use shirts made from other fibers, but the colors will be different.
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Thank you to everyone who pinned and commented on last week’s shirt project. Thank you to all of you who liked my new Facebook page. Thank you to everyone who joined the_renegade_seamstress on Instagram. And a big thank you to all of you who ordered books!
The winner of this week’s book is…..
Send your address to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll send your book ASAP!
If you didn’t win this week, maybe you’ll win the next book. There are several ways to enter:
1. Make a comment and pin this week’s post
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3. Follow me on Instagram. You can find me at the_renegade_seamstress
4. Order a book here between now and October 4th
Remember, the Book Launch Party next Saturday:
I’m getting so excited to celebrate The Refashion Handbook with you and I can’t wait to see all of you who will be coming. For those of you who live too far away to come, we’ll be posting pictures on Instagram throughout the evening so you can be a part of the big night. 🙂 Join us at the_renegade_seamstress. We’ll be using #therefashionhandbook and #therenegadeseamstress
Have a wonderful week!
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