Tie dye may be associated with hippie fashion and global travellers of the 1960's, but traditional tie dye methods using muted or monochrome colours can result in pieces that make any outfit look unique and chic.
The team behind Nanna Cool Markets in Melbourne's South East will be presenting a FREE tie dye workshop at their next Endless Summer themed market on 8th February in Chelsea.
The To Dye For Craftitude Class is suitable for beginners to intermediate, with all dyes, gloves, materials and tuition covered. Crafty fashionista's are encouraged to bring along an old shirt, or low cost garment (100% cotton is best) and give it a fresh new look.
Tie Dyed Top
There will also be a tie dye specialist stall Dyeing For Colour at Nanna Cool Market, where you can pick up a pre-dyed unique piece to take home.
To book your free place onto the To Dye For Craftitude Class, register here. Places are limited so tie down your spot and dye yourself a funky fashion piece for your wardrobe!