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Tuesday Tutorial

By July 12, 2016March 31st, 2020Blog

I sent my DD off to girls camp yesterday. Sadly this year I’m not going. I do however get to do a day camp with the girls ages 8-11. I’m in charge of the crafts. How fun is that? I chose sun printing on bandanas. I wanted to make sure I knew what I was doing so I made one in advance. 

 It made me a little nervous when the tutorial said to cover the entire bandana in dye. And more than thrilled when it worked. Here is my finished bandana.

Here is the video tutorial I watched to learn how to do this. 

In addition to making fun bandanas you can do it on fabric. I would suggest fat quarters of untreated cotton fabric. It was very easy and I love the results. The hardest part was waiting for the fabric to dry.

5 Comments

  • LynneP says:

    I imagine the girls will love doing this FUN project and then they will have something useful to remember their summer. Lucky them and lucky you!

  • Needled Mom says:

    That looks really pretty. You and the girls are going to enjoy this project.

  • Julierose says:

    Ooooh thanks for that video–I LOVE that idea–I am using some really old sun prints that I did eons ago in a hand piece right now–what fun!! hugs, Julierose

  • Robby says:

    That looks great! The girls are going to love this. Heck, I want to play and my camp days were long ago. Hope it all goes off without a hiccup.

  • Shasta Matova says:

    That turned out really beautifully. I haven't made any sun prints, but I may have to fix that!

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