I don't usually dye eggs, but with my recent haul of thrifted ties, I really wanted to try tie dying Easter eggs. As the dude has said, "it gives a whole new meaning to tie dye."
It is not an easy way to dye eggs. You have to take the ties apart. Then wrap the eggs in silk, and wrap them again in plain cotton. (And as I read later on a different site, wrap them in nylons. She also used the tie innards as her wrapping fabric. Clever!) Here they are wrapped in muslin and ready for the boil, looking very French for some reason...
I know I was supposed to use a ceramic or glass pot. I don't have one, and I wasn't that worried about being poisoned by clothing dye.
here. If you can't tell, these are my faves. I love the marbling effect. Love!
Two more crafts!