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Rebecca Crutcher

Speech Class

September 20, 2000

Specific Purpose: To inform my audience how to make tye-dye t-shirts.

Central Idea: Everyone loves clothes. We all wear them and I can demonstrate how you

can make your own creative tye-dyes.

Introduction

I. Supplies

A. You will need:

1. Dyes – Procion MX Fiber Reactive Dyes. These dyes don’t need hot water, are

colorfast and look great!

2. One white T-shirt

3. Soda Ash – Soda ash is used in water to presoak articles to be dyed. It roughens the

fibers and helps the dye bond to the fabric.

4. Urea – Recommended as a “moisture drawing” agent to keep projects damp longer

resulting in deeper, brighter colors.

5. Rubber bands – To tie or bind the articles to be dyed. You can also use twine,

or dental floss.

6. Applicators- You can use squirt bottles or sponge brushes. Either one that you feel

works best for you.

7. Paper towels, trash bags, a large towel or towels.

8. Time! – I can’t stress this one enough. Plan your project ahead of time and allow

plenty of time to get it done. Every time I’ve rushed a project the results were

interesting, but less than satisfactory. Plan it out on paper if you need to. Know

where you are going to be applying the various colors.

Body

I. The tye-dye pattern I’m going to show you is called The Swirl.

A. For this project you will need:

1. 3 bottles of the colors you like.

2. 1 cup soda ash

3. 1 gal water

4. T-shirt

5. 1/4″ x 12″ wooden dowel

6. 8-16 rubber bands

7. rubber gloves

B. Shirt Preparation

1. Prepare a warm water bath with 1 gallon of water and 1 cup of soda ash. Soak the

shirt(s) for thirty minutes. Wring it out or place it in the washing machine, on the

spin cycle. You want it damp, but not soaked.

2. Lay the shirt out on a flat surface. Pick a spot in the center of the shirt.

This will be the center of the spirals when worn. Place the dowel here,

and with a slight downward pressure, turn it. The shirt will begin to

pleat and gather around the dowel. Continue turning the dowel and split

the pleats as they get larger. As you continue to turn the dowel, the shirt

fabric will start to gather on itself and climb the dowel. Use your hand

to keep the fabric from climbing on itself. Keep twisting and pleating

until you’ve twisted the whole shirt, and you’ve now got a somewhat

round, flat disc.

3. Place the 3 rubber bands on the shirt, crosswise, to divide your shirt into 6 equal

pieces. Then place the rest of the rubberbands on the shirt dividing each section in

half; this will take 8-16 rubber bands, depending on the size of the shirt. Make sure

you’re shirt stays flat. If you like, use different color rubber bands for the first three,

to clearly mark you’re 6 wedges.

C. Now you’re ready to dye:

1. You will be applying three primary colors and mixing them to get secondary ones. A

apply them like this:

2. Color one- Color one & Color 2- Color 2- Color 2 & Color 3- Color 3 & Color one.

3. Now take a sponge brush and apply the color to each section of your

liking. Try not to let all the colors meet in the center. It will make an

ugly, brown blob.

4. After you’re done dyeing, place the project on plastic, and cover it with

more plastic. I place a project on one half of a trashbag, and then fold

the other half over it. Let it sit for 8-24 hours. The longer the better.

5. Rinse the project out under cold water. Cut the rubber bands off, or remove the

carefully. Continue to rinse the project out until the water runs nearly clear. Wash

the project by itself or with other projects in the washing machine

6. You can now wear your shirt proudly, and wash it with other like clothing. The dye is permanent and colorfast.

Rebecca Crutcher

Speech Class

September 20, 2000

Specific Purpose: To inform my audience how to make tye-dye t-shirts.

Central Idea: Everyone loves clothes. We all wear them and I can demonstrate how you

can make your own creative tye-dyes.

Introduction

I. Supplies

A. You will need:

1. Dyes – Procion MX Fiber Reactive Dyes. These dyes don’t need hot water, are

colorfast and look great!

2. One white T-shirt

3. Soda Ash – Soda ash is used in water to presoak articles to be dyed. It roughens the

fibers and helps the dye bond to the fabric.

4. Urea – Recommended as a “moisture drawing” agent to keep projects damp longer

resulting in deeper, brighter colors.

5. Rubber bands – To tie or bind the articles to be dyed. You can also use twine,

or dental floss.

6. Applicators- You can use squirt bottles or sponge brushes. Either one that you feel

works best for you.

7. Paper towels, trash bags, a large towel or towels.

8. Time! – I can’t stress this one enough. Plan your project ahead of time and allow

plenty of time to get it done. Every time I’ve rushed a project the results were

interesting, but less than satisfactory. Plan it out on paper if you need to. Know

where you are going to be applying the various colors.

Body

I. The tye-dye pattern I’m going to show you is called The Swirl.

A. For this project you will need:

1. 3 bottles of the colors you like.

2. 1 cup soda ash

3. 1 gal water

4. T-shirt

5. 1/4″ x 12″ wooden dowel

6. 8-16 rubber bands

7. rubber gloves

B. Shirt Preparation

1. Prepare a warm water bath with 1 gallon of water and 1 cup of soda ash. Soak the

shirt(s) for thirty minutes. Wring it out or place it in the washing machine, on the

spin cycle. You want it damp, but not soaked.

2. Lay the shirt out on a flat surface. Pick a spot in the center of the shirt.

This will be the center of the spirals when worn. Place the dowel here,

and with a slight downward pressure, turn it. The shirt will begin to

pleat and gather around the dowel. Continue turning the dowel and split

the pleats as they get larger. As you continue to turn the dowel, the shirt

fabric will start to gather on itself and climb the dowel. Use your hand

to keep the fabric from climbing on itself. Keep twisting and pleating

until you’ve twisted the whole shirt, and you’ve now got a somewhat

round, flat disc.

3. Place the 3 rubber bands on the shirt, crosswise, to divide your shirt into 6 equal

pieces. Then place the rest of the rubberbands on the shirt dividing each section in

half; this will take 8-16 rubber bands, depending on the size of the shirt. Make sure

you’re shirt stays flat. If you like, use different color rubber bands for the first three,

to clearly mark you’re 6 wedges.

C. Now you’re ready to dye:

1. You will be applying three primary colors and mixing them to get secondary ones. A

apply them like this:

2. Color one- Color one & Color 2- Color 2- Color 2 & Color 3- Color 3 & Color one.

3. Now take a sponge brush and apply the color to each section of your

liking. Try not to let all the colors meet in the center. It will make an

ugly, brown blob.

4. After you’re done dyeing, place the project on plastic, and cover it with

more plastic. I place a project on one half of a trashbag, and then fold

the other half over it. Let it sit for 8-24 hours. The longer the better.

5. Rinse the project out under cold water. Cut the rubber bands off, or remove the

carefully. Continue to rinse the project out until the water runs nearly clear. Wash

the project by itself or with other projects in the washing machine

6. You can now wear your shirt proudly, and wash it with other like clothing. The dye is permanent and colorfast.

Rebecca Crutcher

Speech Class

September 20, 2000

Specific Purpose: To inform my audience how to make tye-dye t-shirts.

Central Idea: Everyone loves clothes. We all wear them and I can demonstrate how you

can make your own creative tye-dyes.

Introduction

I. Supplies

A. You will need:

1. Dyes – Procion MX Fiber Reactive Dyes. These dyes don’t need hot water, are

colorfast and look great!

2. One white T-shirt

3. Soda Ash – Soda ash is used in water to presoak articles to be dyed. It roughens the

fibers and helps the dye bond to the fabric.

4. Urea – Recommended as a “moisture drawing” agent to keep projects damp longer

resulting in deeper, brighter colors.

5. Rubber bands – To tie or bind the articles to be dyed. You can also use twine,

or dental floss.

6. Applicators- You can use squirt bottles or sponge brushes. Either one that you feel

works best for you.

7. Paper towels, trash bags, a large towel or towels.

8. Time! – I can’t stress this one enough. Plan your project ahead of time and allow

plenty of time to get it done. Every time I’ve rushed a project the results were

interesting, but less than satisfactory. Plan it out on paper if you need to. Know

where you are going to be applying the various colors.

Body

I. The tye-dye pattern I’m going to show you is called The Swirl.

A. For this project you will need:

1. 3 bottles of the colors you like.

2. 1 cup soda ash

3. 1 gal water

4. T-shirt

5. 1/4″ x 12″ wooden dowel

6. 8-16 rubber bands

7. rubber gloves

B. Shirt Preparation

1. Prepare a warm water bath with 1 gallon of water and 1 cup of soda ash. Soak the

shirt(s) for thirty minutes. Wring it out or place it in the washing machine, on the

spin cycle. You want it damp, but not soaked.

2. Lay the shirt out on a flat surface. Pick a spot in the center of the shirt.

This will be the center of the spirals when worn. Place the dowel here,

and with a slight downward pressure, turn it. The shirt will begin to

pleat and gather around the dowel. Continue turning the dowel and split

the pleats as they get larger. As you continue to turn the dowel, the shirt

fabric will start to gather on itself and climb the dowel. Use your hand

to keep the fabric from climbing on itself. Keep twisting and pleating

until you’ve twisted the whole shirt, and you’ve now got a somewhat

round, flat disc.

3. Place the 3 rubber bands on the shirt, crosswise, to divide your shirt into 6 equal

pieces. Then place the rest of the rubberbands on the shirt dividing each section in

half; this will take 8-16 rubber bands, depending on the size of the shirt. Make sure

you’re shirt stays flat. If you like, use different color rubber bands for the first three,

to clearly mark you’re 6 wedges.

C. Now you’re ready to dye:

1. You will be applying three primary colors and mixing them to get secondary ones. A

apply them like this:

2. Color one- Color one & Color 2- Color 2- Color 2 & Color 3- Color 3 & Color one.

3. Now take a sponge brush and apply the color to each section of your

liking. Try not to let all the colors meet in the center. It will make an

ugly, brown blob.

4. After you’re done dyeing, place the project on plastic, and cover it with

more plastic. I place a project on one half of a trashbag, and then fold

the other half over it. Let it sit for 8-24 hours. The longer the better.

5. Rinse the project out under cold water. Cut the rubber bands off, or remove the

carefully. Continue to rinse the project out until the water runs nearly clear. Wash

the project by itself or with other projects in the washing machine

6. You can now wear your shirt proudly, and wash it with other like clothing. The dye is permanent and colorfast.

Rebecca Crutcher

Speech Class

September 20, 2000

Specific Purpose: To inform my audience how to make tye-dye t-shirts.

Central Idea: Everyone loves clothes. We all wear them and I can demonstrate how you

can make your own creative tye-dyes.

Introduction

I. Supplies

A. You will need:

1. Dyes – Procion MX Fiber Reactive Dyes. These dyes don’t need hot water, are

colorfast and look great!

2. One white T-shirt

3. Soda Ash – Soda ash is used in water to presoak articles to be dyed. It roughens the

fibers and helps the dye bond to the fabric.

4. Urea – Recommended as a “moisture drawing” agent to keep projects damp longer

resulting in deeper, brighter colors.

5. Rubber bands – To tie or bind the articles to be dyed. You can also use twine,

or dental floss.

6. Applicators- You can use squirt bottles or sponge brushes. Either one that you feel

works best for you.

7. Paper towels, trash bags, a large towel or towels.

8. Time! – I can’t stress this one enough. Plan your project ahead of time and allow

plenty of time to get it done. Every time I’ve rushed a project the results were

interesting, but less than satisfactory. Plan it out on paper if you need to. Know

where you are going to be applying the various colors.

Body

I. The tye-dye pattern I’m going to show you is called The Swirl.

A. For this project you will need:

1. 3 bottles of the colors you like.

2. 1 cup soda ash

3. 1 gal water

4. T-shirt

5. 1/4″ x 12″ wooden dowel

6. 8-16 rubber bands

7. rubber gloves

B. Shirt Preparation

1. Prepare a warm water bath with 1 gallon of water and 1 cup of soda ash. Soak the

shirt(s) for thirty minutes. Wring it out or place it in the washing machine, on the

spin cycle. You want it damp, but not soaked.

2. Lay the shirt out on a flat surface. Pick a spot in the center of the shirt.

This will be the center of the spirals when worn. Place the dowel here,

and with a slight downward pressure, turn it. The shirt will begin to

pleat and gather around the dowel. Continue turning the dowel and split

the pleats as they get larger. As you continue to turn the dowel, the shirt

fabric will start to gather on itself and climb the dowel. Use your hand

to keep the fabric from climbing on itself. Keep twisting and pleating

until you’ve twisted the whole shirt, and you’ve now got a somewhat

round, flat disc.

3. Place the 3 rubber bands on the shirt, crosswise, to divide your shirt into 6 equal

pieces. Then place the rest of the rubberbands on the shirt dividing each section in

half; this will take 8-16 rubber bands, depending on the size of the shirt. Make sure

you’re shirt stays flat. If you like, use different color rubber bands for the first three,

to clearly mark you’re 6 wedges.

C. Now you’re ready to dye:

1. You will be applying three primary colors and mixing them to get secondary ones. A

apply them like this:

2. Color one- Color one & Color 2- Color 2- Color 2 & Color 3- Color 3 & Color one.

3. Now take a sponge brush and apply the color to each section of your

liking. Try not to let all the colors meet in the center. It will make an

ugly, brown blob.

4. After you’re done dyeing, place the project on plastic, and cover it with

more plastic. I place a project on one half of a trashbag, and then fold

the other half over it. Let it sit for 8-24 hours. The longer the better.

5. Rinse the project out under cold water. Cut the rubber bands off, or remove the

carefully. Continue to rinse the project out until the water runs nearly clear. Wash

the project by itself or with other projects in the washing machine

6. You can now wear your shirt proudly, and wash it with other like clothing. The dye is permanent and colorfast.

Rebecca Crutcher

Speech Class

September 20, 2000

Specific Purpose: To inform my audience how to make tye-dye t-shirts.

Central Idea: Everyone loves clothes. We all wear them and I can demonstrate how you

can make your own creative tye-dyes.

Introduction

I. Supplies

A. You will need:

1. Dyes – Procion MX Fiber Reactive Dyes. These dyes don’t need hot water, are

colorfast and look great!

2. One white T-shirt

3. Soda Ash – Soda ash is used in water to presoak articles to be dyed. It roughens the

fibers and helps the dye bond to the fabric.

4. Urea – Recommended as a “moisture drawing” agent to keep projects damp longer

resulting in deeper, brighter colors.

5. Rubber bands – To tie or bind the articles to be dyed. You can also use twine,

or dental floss.

6. Applicators- You can use squirt bottles or sponge brushes. Either one that you feel

works best for you.

7. Paper towels, trash bags, a large towel or towels.

8. Time! – I can’t stress this one enough. Plan your project ahead of time and allow

plenty of time to get it done. Every time I’ve rushed a project the results were

interesting, but less than satisfactory. Plan it out on paper if you need to. Know

where you are going to be applying the various colors.

Body

I. The tye-dye pattern I’m going to show you is called The Swirl.

A. For this project you will need:

1. 3 bottles of the colors you like.

2. 1 cup soda ash

3. 1 gal water

4. T-shirt

5. 1/4″ x 12″ wooden dowel

6. 8-16 rubber bands

7. rubber gloves

B. Shirt Preparation

1. Prepare a warm water bath with 1 gallon of water and 1 cup of soda ash. Soak the

shirt(s) for thirty minutes. Wring it out or place it in the washing machine, on the

spin cycle. You want it damp, but not soaked.

2. Lay the shirt out on a flat surface. Pick a spot in the center of the shirt.

This will be the center of the spirals when worn. Place the dowel here,

and with a slight downward pressure, turn it. The shirt will begin to

pleat and gather around the dowel. Continue turning the dowel and split

the pleats as they get larger. As you continue to turn the dowel, the shirt

fabric will start to gather on itself and climb the dowel. Use your hand

to keep the fabric from climbing on itself. Keep twisting and pleating

until you’ve twisted the whole shirt, and you’ve now got a somewhat

round, flat disc.

3. Place the 3 rubber bands on the shirt, crosswise, to divide your shirt into 6 equal

pieces. Then place the rest of the rubberbands on the shirt dividing each section in

half; this will take 8-16 rubber bands, depending on the size of the shirt. Make sure

you’re shirt stays flat. If you like, use different color rubber bands for the first three,

to clearly mark you’re 6 wedges.

C. Now you’re ready to dye:

1. You will be applying three primary colors and mixing them to get secondary ones. A

apply them like this:

2. Color one- Color one & Color 2- Color 2- Color 2 & Color 3- Color 3 & Color one.

3. Now take a sponge brush and apply the color to each section of your

liking. Try not to let all the colors meet in the center. It will make an

ugly, brown blob.

4. After you’re done dyeing, place the project on plastic, and cover it with

more plastic. I place a project on one half of a trashbag, and then fold

the other half over it. Let it sit for 8-24 hours. The longer the better.

5. Rinse the project out under cold water. Cut the rubber bands off, or remove the

carefully. Continue to rinse the project out until the water runs nearly clear. Wash

the project by itself or with other projects in the washing machine

6. You can now wear your shirt proudly, and wash it with other like clothing. The dye is permanent and colorfast.

Rebecca Crutcher

Speech Class

September 20, 2000

Specific Purpose: To inform my audience how to make tye-dye t-shirts.

Central Idea: Everyone loves clothes. We all wear them and I can demonstrate how you

can make your own creative tye-dyes.

Introduction

I. Supplies

A. You will need:

1. Dyes – Procion MX Fiber Reactive Dyes. These dyes don’t need hot water, are

colorfast and look great!

2. One white T-shirt

3. Soda Ash – Soda ash is used in water to presoak articles to be dyed. It roughens the

fibers and helps the dye bond to the fabric.

4. Urea – Recommended as a “moisture drawing” agent to keep projects damp longer

resulting in deeper, brighter colors.

5. Rubber bands – To tie or bind the articles to be dyed. You can also use twine,

or dental floss.

6. Applicators- You can use squirt bottles or sponge brushes. Either one that you feel

works best for you.

7. Paper towels, trash bags, a large towel or towels.

8. Time! – I can’t stress this one enough. Plan your project ahead of time and allow

plenty of time to get it done. Every time I’ve rushed a project the results were

interesting, but less than satisfactory. Plan it out on paper if you need to. Know

where you are going to be applying the various colors.

Body

I. The tye-dye pattern I’m going to show you is called The Swirl.

A. For this project you will need:

1. 3 bottles of the colors you like.

2. 1 cup soda ash

3. 1 gal water

4. T-shirt

5. 1/4″ x 12″ wooden dowel

6. 8-16 rubber bands

7. rubber gloves

B. Shirt Preparation

1. Prepare a warm water bath with 1 gallon of water and 1 cup of soda ash. Soak the

shirt(s) for thirty minutes. Wring it out or place it in the washing machine, on the

spin cycle. You want it damp, but not soaked.

2. Lay the shirt out on a flat surface. Pick a spot in the center of the shirt.

This will be the center of the spirals when worn. Place the dowel here,

and with a slight downward pressure, turn it. The shirt will begin to

pleat and gather around the dowel. Continue turning the dowel and split

the pleats as they get larger. As you continue to turn the dowel, the shirt

fabric will start to gather on itself and climb the dowel. Use your hand

to keep the fabric from climbing on itself. Keep twisting and pleating

until you’ve twisted the whole shirt, and you’ve now got a somewhat

round, flat disc.

3. Place the 3 rubber bands on the shirt, crosswise, to divide your shirt into 6 equal

pieces. Then place the rest of the rubberbands on the shirt dividing each section in

half; this will take 8-16 rubber bands, depending on the size of the shirt. Make sure

you’re shirt stays flat. If you like, use different color rubber bands for the first three,

to clearly mark you’re 6 wedges.

C. Now you’re ready to dye:

1. You will be applying three primary colors and mixing them to get secondary ones. A

apply them like this:

2. Color one- Color one & Color 2- Color 2- Color 2 & Color 3- Color 3 & Color one.

3. Now take a sponge brush and apply the color to each section of your

liking. Try not to let all the colors meet in the center. It will make an

ugly, brown blob.

4. After you’re done dyeing, place the project on plastic, and cover it with

more plastic. I place a project on one half of a trashbag, and then fold

the other half over it. Let it sit for 8-24 hours. The longer the better.

5. Rinse the project out under cold water. Cut the rubber bands off, or remove the

carefully. Continue to rinse the project out until the water runs nearly clear. Wash

the project by itself or with other projects in the washing machine

6. You can now wear your shirt proudly, and wash it with other like clothing. The dye is permanent and colorfast.

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