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Will Dyedcolored Paper Doilies Bleed On Tablecloth Linens
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Each table runner is hand-dyed with natural indigo dye obtained from the leaves of trees native to India. After the dyeing process, the fabric is stitched in the final shape. On average, it takes about one to two hours to create.
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Craft Boat, a social enterprise, works with artisans who follow environmentally conscious principles when creating innovative products. They form fabric from cotton yarn to make tablecloths and drawstring bags. The cotton mill provides fibers that are turned into yarn, and artisans weave the yarns together to make textiles and fabrics. Next, the textile is folded and tied once with thread in preparation for dyeing. The bed linen and bags are beautifully and naturally dyed with indigo and blush dyes obtained from plants and trees that grow in abundance in India. The colors are transferred to the textile and the artisans fold and tie them together to form intricate unique patterns. They untie, dry and iron the fabric. In the last step, the textiles are sewn together at the end.
I found another use for my beautiful table runner. I hung it on the side of my bedroom window to block some of the light. It looks great with our blue blinds!
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I love tablecloths. Especially cheap white ones from thrift stores, yard sales or antique stores. It amazes me how many white tablecloths one gets rid of. Which makes them so cheap to buy. A fraction of the original price. Most are in very good condition, but some have some minor blemishes.
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Do you know the best way to hide a stain that won’t come from a white tablecloth? Change the color with tie dyes! Yes, painting the tablecloth helps to hide the small stains (not crazy big ones).
Because tablecloths are so big, I think a lot of people are intimidated to paint them. Yes, you will need a large container or sink to do the actual dyeing, but the process for dyeing napkins is the same as for tablecloths.
Maybe you heard about the death of Shibori? This is a very similar tie dye technique, but with indigo dye.
Since I’m not going to use indigo dye, I don’t think of my dying process as shibori, but as bond dyeing.
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Note: Since I’m using a tablecloth I found at a thrift store, this also makes a great upcycle project!
I decided for my do-it-yourself tablecloth that I wanted most of it paint and just a little bit of white. There were small stains in various places that would be easier to hide if most of the fabric was not white.
For the tie napkins, since they are not stained and I wanted them to compliment but not completely match the tablecloth, I decided to dye only the bottom third of the napkin. This leaves the rest white.
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Easy to follow instructions for creating your own DIY tie-dye tablecloth and napkins Step 1: Pre-wash the tablecloth and napkins.
This is probably the hardest part of the tie dye DIY project. There are so many different patterns you can make. White fabric is literally a blank canvas.
You can create circular, spiral and line patterns. I decided that I wanted my tablecloth to have white lines.
If you are making lines like I did, you should first measure the length of your tablecloth. Then decide if you want the lines to be close together or far apart. You also need to decide if you want a line down the center of the tablecloth.
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Once you’ve determined roughly how many rows you want on your tablecloth, you’ll need to do a little math to get them evenly spaced. (Yes! I know!!) If you want 6 rows, divide the length (in inches) by 7. Not by 6!
I know it sounds weird, but if you divide the length by the number of rows you want, your last row becomes the end of the tablecloth. Not really a line. I know~ it’s hard to wrap your brain around.
If you know you want a line down the center of the tablecloth (this is the easiest way). You have an odd number of rows, not an even number.
Starting at one end of the tablecloth, measure the distance you need to your first line and mark it with a safety pin. Then measure again with a safety pin. Continue marking and pinning until all lines are marked.
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*If you don’t want to do the math and want evenly spaced lines with a fold in the middle, you can do this: fold the tablecloth in half lengthwise and mark the center with a safety pin. Then pull one end of the tablecloth to its center pin and mark the new fold with the pin. Do the same on the other side. By doing this, there will be three evenly spaced lines. If you want 7 rows, bring the center of the tablecloth to another safety pin and mark the new fold. Continue this process until you have found all your lines with pins.
Tip: It’s a good idea to mark each side of the tablecloth with pins so you can easily line up the top and bottom pins when attaching the cords.
There are many tools you can use to tie dye your fabric. You will often see rubber bands as they can be very tight on the fabric.
I chose to use twine because it would be easiest to tie different parts of the tablecloth to adjust the width of each section. I thought using rubber bands would be too difficult to wrap and be tight enough on a large thrift store tablecloth.
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When working with a tablecloth, it’s best to lay out the entire piece to avoid (unintended) odd diagonal patterns.
You need to match the safety pins opposite each other to make the lines. It is easiest to gather the fabric slowly, starting at one end and working your way to the other. Once you have it all together, grab the string and tie it as tight as you can. Then wrap the string around the fabric (again as tightly as possible) to form a band. Make the strip a little wider than the desired line width, because the color will seep into the edges of the strip.
Continue creating tied strings until all lines are created on the tablecloth.
Now do the same with your napkins. Since I only die the bottom third of my napkin, I only tie one strip to each napkin.
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Once you have completely untied the fabric, you are ready to dye it. Be sure to read your fabric color guide. I used Rit Paint, which
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