Scrolling through Instagram stories recently, you may have noticed that a lot of people are spending their quarantined time engaged in a DIY project that used to only be popular among kids at summer camp. Yes, we're talking about tie-dying.
In 2018, tie-dye was named an up-and-coming fashion trend. Since then, rather than fading away, tie-dye has become a more permanent obsession, and thanks to social distancing, many are taking on the trend in its truest form. But, you don't actually have to have a ton of free time and a stock of Rit to bring tie-dye into your home. Items bearing an array of dye patterns and eclectic color combinations are available from many decor and home goods stores.
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