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Tea dying muslin

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  1. Spot 6 to 8 beverage bags per 1 to 2 litres of water in a saucepan.
  2. Bring water towards boil.
  3. Turn off heat and remove it to a cooler place.
  4. Push the muslin into the boiled beverage option and carefully go it around to ensure that all the muslin is covered. Use a wooden stick or spoon to achieve this.
  5. Keep the muslin to immerse for 20 to half an hour.
  6. Drain the beverage and wash the muslin in cold water.
  7. Hang the muslin as much as dried out. It'll look rather dark when it's wet nonetheless it will dry to a much less heavy tone.

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  • It's a smart idea to dye your bit of muslin just before cutting it for stitching in a design, as there may possibly be some shrinkage.


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