S: Tye Dye Shirts
FC: Jade | Tye Dye Shirts
1: Dedication Page | I dedicate my mixbook to my two teachers Mrs. Luciano and Ms. Bellay and my family my mom Karen my dad Mike and my brother Nick
2: Table Of Contents | Page 1 : Table of Contents Page 2 : One of the five types of crafts Page 3 : Supplies Page 4 : Fun Facts Page 5 : Silly Spirals Page 6 : How to make regular shirts. Page 8 and 9 : About the author
3: Quick Questions | What do you think dye is made out of? Why do people make tie dye shirts today? | What kind of supplies do you need? Are tie dye shirts popular?
4: All About Tie Dye Shirts | Get ready to read all about tie dye shirts | Tie Dye shirts happen all around the world.Tie dye shirts are know as a fashion craft. So we will talk about tie dye shirts. Do you know all about them..........?
5: Supplies | You cannot complete this task without the supplies you need | First, you will need a blank white t-shirt, a few dashes of food coloring or colored dye. You need, soda ash and a bowl to soak in. And lastly, you need rubber bands and plastic gloves. | *
6: Getting fun with some Facts | Fun Facts | Here are many interesting facts to read. Did you know Whilst Da Vinci invented scissors? I got more facts for you. Celeste Aguilar made colors in 1907. The original colors were red, blue, and yellow. After that she created every other color known to man. Lastly, did you know, tye dye shirts happen all around the world? | Paint Pallet
7: Silly Spirals | Creating Spirals | First you have to lay your t-shirt out on a flat surface. Grab the middle and twist it clockwise. Your shirt should look like a swirl. Tie three rubber bands around your shirt, so it looks like a pie. It should be cut into six pieces, color it. Soak in soda ash, let it dry. Dry in your dryer after 24 hours. | Silly Spirals
8: How to create regular shirts | Create something to rate | First, roll your t-shirt as if you were rolling clay into a snake. Put one rubber band on each end. Then,color your shirt. Soak in soda ash. Let it dry over night. Dry in the dryer after 24 hours. Simple, Right ?
10: The History | Tie dye became popular in the West in the Late 1960's and Early 1970's | Early dyes were extracted by roots, flowers, leaves, and berries | From 1568 to 1603 a combining dye using ornamental drawings using Chinese ink called sumi | extracted - to get or gotten
11: of Tie Dye | TIe dye shirts were voted one of the most popular activites | People really only do tie dye shirts for fun
12: Different types of Dyes
13: Fiber Reactive Dye Direct Dye All Purpose Dye Acid Dye Food Coloring Lanaset Dye Natural Dye Vat Dye Disperse Dye Basic Dye Naphthol Dye Fabric Paint
14: All About The Author
15: My name is Jade. I am 10 years old. I wrote this book because throughout my childhood i have had a lot of experience with Tye Dye Shirts. I have loved creating them ever since.