This is a super easy, inexpensive and quick craft project that can be adapted to a variety of fabric projects. I found it in a great source called the Crafter's Project Book by Mary Ann Hall & Sandra Salamony. This book is a wonderful resource for projects that range from simple to involved. It is divided into four categories: Paper, Fabric, Ceramic/Glass and Metal/Wire/Wood. The authors offer tips and variations on many of the projects and the instructions are clear and concise, although no extra photos or illustrations are included beyond the final project.
You will need: a spray bottle that produces a fine mist but doesn't drip, chlorine bleach, a large bucket filled with a mixture of cold water and white distilled vinegar (I used about 2 cups of vinegar), dark colored fabric or a garment (made from natural fibers such as cotton, linen or rayon), lace, rubber or latex gloves, glasses or safety goggles, and some type of protective drop cloth or newspaper.
|Have fun experimenting!|