Quick Drying Instructions for Tie-dye; works of art when you discover the difference in tie-dying a wet t-shirt and tie-dying a dry t-shirt. Easy Tie Dye Tie-dye shirts make great team T-shirts. They're also great as an activity -- and party favor -- for a slumber party. These instructions and patterns will give you some tie-dye basics and a few fun patterns to try. Tie-dying is exactly what it says. You twist a garment or other cloth item, tie it in various places with rubber bands and then dye it. Here’s a quick and easy guide to washing out the tie-dye you made at Your Creation Station. We use professional grade, cold-water, fiber reactive dyes in our studio so the colors will remain color fast and bright for many, many washings. If you're looking for more thorough instructions for how to get started with tie dye, check out our complete step-by-step guide of Tie Dye Instructions. Before you begin your tie dye projects and patterns, you need to know how to tie dye. Complete Tie-Dye instructions in five easy steps so you can have a successful Tie-Dye project! Dry Flies - Fly Tying Video Instructions and Directions For Dry Flies. Learn How To Tie The Best Dry Flies Step By Step. It’s very easy to tie, Fly Tying Step By Step, Pike Flies, Streamer step by step Dry Flies step by step (8) Emerger (18) Tie Dye Instructions. Unless you are concerned about the fitness of the fabric or tie dye, Do not hang it up to dry. Leave it tied up, and leave it alone. Hitches are knots used to tie a rope to an object or to another rope. Mouse over the knot name below to see a description of that knot. Hitches are essential knots for climbers, arborists, sailors and anyone needing to tie a rope to something! Although there are literally thousands of different knots, the knots illustrated and animated here include the best knots from the three primary knot categories: Loop Knots (make a loop in the rope), Bends (rope to rope knots) and Hitches (rope to object knots).