Continuing with the digging-through-a-bunch-of-old-photos (remember #thriftscorethursday last week?!), I came across these pics on a successful experiment attempted years ago while fixing a dress with Rit Dye. It was back when I was renting from my pops, hence there’s a stove (remember we don't own one) and some old-school vinyl... the flooring not the records. And today I’m going to show you How to Save Clothing using Rit Dye:
This pretty little dress almost brought me to tears after washing it ONE time before even getting the chance to wear it. You see those pretty little *evil* red-dyed-wooden beads? Well, the dye from suckers seeped onto the fabric part of the dress during its first solo wash of doom.
If you're new 'round here, Brynne from The Gathered Home, Cassie from Primitive and Proper along with our surprise guest poster Corinna from For My Love Of, invite you to hang out with us on Instagram. Simply snap a pic of your thrifted treasure and throw the #thriftscorethursday hashtag so we can all marvel at your goodies.