fabric printing with bleach/Dyeing fabric with bleach. Applying ordinary household bleach to dark, natural-fiber fabrics, either by spraying or brushing the bleach on flat fabric (Resist-and-spray technique), or by dipping the fabric in it, after protecting part of the surface in some way from contact with the bleach. http://www.threadsmagazine.com/item/3720/dyeing-with-bleach
Using Elmer's Blue Gel glue as a dye resist is one of my favorite dyeing techniques. It's fast, inexpensive and there are no limits to what you can write or draw on fabric. Since its almost St. Patrick's Day, I thought it would be perfect to create a ''lucky'' shirt to wear and dye it in one of my favorite Rit Dye greens: Kelly Green.
Tie Dye Your Summer | Tie Dye Ombre Technique Step 1:Apply a line of dye along fabric edge. Step 2:Use a large wet paintbrush to brush dye upward on fabric. Step 3:Dip paintbrush in water and brush along edge of dye, pulling color upward to create a gradation of the original color. - created via http://pinthemall.net