Tiny Circles Tie-Dye T-Shirt

  • 01 of 05

    How to Make a Tie-Dye T-Shirt Full of Tiny Circles

    How to Make a Tie-Dye T-Shirt Full of Tiny Circles
    Tiny Circles Tie-Dyed T-Shirt. Sherri Osborn

    This funky tie-dyed t-shirt is so easy to make that even the youngest members of the family can craft along with very little help. Start out by deciding what kind of dye you want to use. I chose RIT powder dye partially because it is the one that is the easiest to find, and partially because it is so easy to use. If you are looking for a dye you can spray onto your shirt, instead of dipping your shirt into it, check out this Simply Spray Dye.

    No matter what dye you choose, follow these tying...MORE steps.

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  • 02 of 05

    Start Tying the Circle Designs on Your T-Shirt

    Start Tying the Circle Designs on Your T-Shirt
    Start Tying the Circle Designs on Your T-Shirt. Sherri Osborn

    There are a few different ways you can make small circles on your t-shirt. The easiest way is to randomly pinch your shirt, making sure you grab both layers of the t-shirt. Wrap the rubber band around the piece you pinched to form a small "bump".

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  • 03 of 05

    Make a Double Circle Design on Your T-Shirt

    Make a Double Circle Design on Your T-Shirt
    Make a Double Circle Design on Your T-Shirt. Sherri Osborn

    For a little variety, you can make a small bump like you did in the previous step, but go one step further and add another rubber band.

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  • 04 of 05

    Tie a Doughnut Design on the T-Shirt

    Tie a Doughnut Design on the T-Shirt
    Tie a Doughnut Design on the T-Shirt. Sherri Osborn

    Yet another way to make a tiny circle on your t-shirt is to make a "doughnut bump"... Simply tie one bump like you did previously, but then poke the tip back through the rubber band.

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  • 05 of 05

    Finish Tying Your Tiny Circles T-Shirt

    Finish Tying Your Tiny Circles T-Shirt
    Finish Tying Your Tiny Circles T-Shirt. Sherri Osborn

    Make as many or as few bumps, double-bumps, and donuts on your shirt as you like. The more rubber bands you use, the more tiny circles you will have. Once you are happy with the design you have made, you can dye your shirt.