How to Dye Rope Document/Dye Lesson/Dye Tutorial/Colored Macrame Cord/Colored Macrame Rope

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How to Dye Cotton Rope Document

Through Trial and Error I have figured out a successful way to dye cotton rope.

This 3 page document will detail everything you will need, where to buy your supplies from as well as a step-by-step on how to dye rope.

This method can be done in your home kitchen.

I am also available through Etsy, or on Instagram @reformfibers, to answer any questions you may have along the way.

The places to purchase are in the United States and all measurements are in US, but can be converted if necessary.

***If you'd like a link to a video to go along with this document please see the listing for $29


FAQs

I'm sorry, items made from my patterns cannot be sold or auctioned. I work hard to differentiate myself in a competitive market and encourage you to create your own unique designs. All of my patterns are copyrighted and are intended for personal home use only.

Definitely! Just make sure to put your friends address info as the "Ship To" address and let me know in the "Comments to Seller" section of checkout if you want to include a message on one of my Post Cards. I can wrap the item in tissue or kraft paper and use rope to tie a bow.

Definitely, just message me and I can send you pricing.

You can find the rope that I use at knotandrope.com/elsie

Rolling/Clothing Rack – to work off of S Hooks – to hang your project from while you work Scissors Scotch tape (3/4 inch) – to be applied prior to cutting rope Small pair or Pliers – to help tuck/weave in loose ends Rope Patterns/Ideas

Yes, I have seen many beginners complete them successfully. They work best alongside my YouTube videos at tinyurl.com/reformfibers

I always advise to work with patterns to familiarize yourself, see what you like about them. How much rope did you need, did you like the size of the rope, could they have been longer, shorter etc. There is no one "fool proof" answer, not one calculation that works every time. The variables that go into deciding on rope length are the size of the rope you're using, the Knot combination you're using and your tension. Every knot takes up a different amount of rope, every size (diameter) of rope will change your outcome and everyone's tension is different. Another option, if working on a piece that will take 48 pieces of rope, cut 8 of them, work your idea of knots & see what overall length that will give you, then dive in and cut the rest.

I'm sorry, items made from my patterns cannot be sold or auctioned. I work hard to differentiate myself in a competitive market and encourage you to create your own unique designs. All of my patterns are copyrighted and are intended for personal home use only.

Definitely! Just make sure to put your friends address info as the "Ship To" address and let me know in the "Comments to Seller" section of checkout if you want to include a message on one of my Post Cards. I can wrap the item in tissue or kraft paper and use rope to tie a bow.

Definitely, just message me and I can send you pricing.

You can find the rope that I use at knotandrope.com/elsie

Rolling/Clothing Rack – to work off of S Hooks – to hang your project from while you work Scissors Scotch tape (3/4 inch) – to be applied prior to cutting rope Small pair or Pliers – to help tuck/weave in loose ends Rope Patterns/Ideas

Yes, I have seen many beginners complete them successfully. They work best alongside my YouTube videos at tinyurl.com/reformfibers

I always advise to work with patterns to familiarize yourself, see what you like about them. How much rope did you need, did you like the size of the rope, could they have been longer, shorter etc. There is no one "fool proof" answer, not one calculation that works every time. The variables that go into deciding on rope length are the size of the rope you're using, the Knot combination you're using and your tension. Every knot takes up a different amount of rope, every size (diameter) of rope will change your outcome and everyone's tension is different. Another option, if working on a piece that will take 48 pieces of rope, cut 8 of them, work your idea of knots & see what overall length that will give you, then dive in and cut the rest.


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Very helpful! Can't wait to try:)
Sep 20, 2017 by 123puff
Dec 6, 2016 by Lucy Lanuza
Nov 3, 2016 by Toni
Great instructions, easy to understand!
Oct 28, 2016 by SLockhart
Aug 5, 2016 by Paola Gutiérrez

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