I just heard this song for the Awesomes Hocus Pocus In October We Wear Pink Shirt the first time a couple of days ago. My 8-year-old baby bro was jamming to it when I picked him up the other day. It’s a catchy song and I feel like an old. I was bothered more by how much. They wadded up the shirt into the way-too-small dye pot. Ain’ no way even their fake fuchsia dye is getting into the nooks and crannies of the folds in that fabric. I use a huge stockpot even when dyeing something small. The fabric’s got to have room to stretch and breathe in a dyebath. I rigged up a washer to stay on agitated. Worked really well for dying or working soda into the fabric. Thanks for the help. She is slightly allergic to soy, so large amounts like in tofu she can’t eat. Always a challenge to find good eastern food she can eat.
Awesomes Hocus Pocus In October We Wear Pink Shirt, Tank Top, V-neck, Sweatshirt And Hoodie
This was the Awesomes Hocus Pocus In October We Wear Pink Shirt the first thing I ever dyed. The top was originally white and I did leave. The pits in on this occasion which is why the dye is uneven. I think, if you tied the pits into the top in a more purposeful way, you’d probably get a better, the dye effect, but I’ve not tested this yet. I really appreciate you taking the effort to show us that. Thanks