Flosstube (cross stitch) fabric dying tutorial.

Flosstube (cross stitch) fabric dying tutorial.

39 Replies to “Flosstube (cross stitch) fabric dying tutorial.”

  1. Hi I πŸ’• this video!!!! You did a wonderful job showing how to dye techniques!! Plus I love your northern accent!!! My mom is from South Dakota so it makes me feel right at home here in Oklahoma!!!πŸ₯°

  2. I followed your tutorial and dyed my own fabric. I got the exact result I wanted thanks to your instruction! πŸ˜€

  3. Today I watched your flosstube nr 31. Didn't know how I found your flosstubeaccount…. but when I saw this video I remembered. A few weeks ago I was interested in dying fabric… That's the first video of you I ever watched… I hope to experience with paint very soon… Thanx for sharing this video…

  4. Thank you very much! I'm a first-time Dyer and my piece turned out beautifully thanks to your steps! I do want to ask you though, do you blow dry your piece or in the drier?

  5. Thanks for clarifying that vintage pyrex bowl. When you hauled it out, my first thought was "Oh please don't use that bowl!!" But you didn't hear me and used it anyway. Sigh!! Thank you for the tutorial. I going to get me some Rit this afternoon and go to town!!

  6. Just came across this and am so glad I did. I have only tea dyed fabric so I am excited to try this. Thank you for the tutorial, it was very helpful. I bet the vodka could make dying even more fun! ( :

  7. I just starting to dye my own fabric, and this tutorial was really helpful. I look forward to trying our your techniques!

  8. Absolutely the best dyeing video. Thank you so much for taking the time to show us how.
    My question has to do with setting time. At one point you said to let the fabric sit for 30 minutes and then said a few minutes. So do you let the base color sit for 30 minutes before you rinse and then let the mottled over dye just sit for a few minutes? Also, what about using a spray bottle for mottling? Sorry for all the questions. Thank you❀️

  9. I absolutely love this one thank you! Fast-paced but advice and info rich with real life details! I run a small-medium ecommerce store with two YouTube channels (this one for kids, cakes and crafts) and one to complement my business. I work hard building my email list and driving traffic to my site from my videos. Thanks again, Sally x

  10. Thanks for this video. I buy a lot of hand dyed fabric and think I can save. money if I dyed my own. You make it look easy.

  11. I bought Rit dye yesterday and thought I better watch a tutorial first…your tutorial is wonderful! Thank you for sharing.

  12. Wonderful tutorial! I’ve tried dying a single color but didn’t know how to do a second or third color. I cannot wait to try! Thank you so much!😍

  13. So maybe I missed it, but you don't have to set liquid dyed with vinegar? You haven't had the fabric bleed into your threads? If not, I am sold!

  14. I just ventured into dyeing territory today! Thank you for this fabulous tut! I can see so much pretty fabric in my future!

  15. Such a great tutorial! I dyed my first piece (28 count Monaco, originally antique white) with your Rit liquid tan and brown combo-really love the result! Thank you for the instructions.

  16. Just found your videos! Love them! But I miss seeing videos 2 – 14. I can't find them. I will be watching and stitching while marathoning your videos! πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—

  17. Hello! That was the best dyeing tutorial I have seen. I love "dirty" colours, I think you called it "Prim" you have given me the courage to have a go myself! Thanks so much!

  18. I'm so happy!! I found your channel after screwing up a large piece of Aida cloth after a bad tutorial. I tried to mottle dye with blues after tea and coffee dyeing. It didn't take at all! (guessing the acid in the tea and coffee messed with it?) I was about to give up and just order it online for a ridiculous price when I found this. Thanks so much! I'm about to run out and buy every Rit color.

  19. Thank you! this is so helpful! I'm sure chaos will reign when I attempt it but let the fun begin!πŸ€—

  20. I really loved this! Lots of good information, and I'm looking forward to trying out a few pieces for myself!

  21. I just stumbled upon this tutorial today and went right out and bought some dye. I dyed 2 pieces of Aida and it turned out great for my first try!

  22. I'm so excited to try this technique, i have 2 yards of 32ct lugana i can test with. Does evenweave dye more like the aida or the linen. Also does this dyeing technique make it colorfast or do you have to add something to do that?

  23. Super-fun to watch you dyeing your fabric — I totally "get" your technique of throwing a little in, changing ideas, trying something else. Your results were pretty, and now you've got me inspired to give it a try!

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