Here is a fabulous, step by step tutorial on how to overdye your clothes from Sal at Already Pretty. I often recommend clients dye clothes so why not have a go. Just a tip before you dye, your garments need to have some natural fibres for over-dying to work. If it’s all synthetic, it won’t hold the colour. You will find that if it’s a mix of fibres you will get a much lighter version of the colour than if it’s 100% (or near) natural.
If you want more information about which fabric will dye, check out this information from RIT
While we’re on the DIY front, here are some instructions on how to hem pants.
If you’re in Vancouver, Canada, and are interested in interior design and colour, this is the course for you – Maria Killam from Colour Me Happy is running a course that sounds fabulous. I wish I could be there!
Now, want to win something really cool? Check out the Ninja Star coathooks that are being given away at the end of February by Fabulously Broke in the City (great blog to help you get on track with your spending habits). They’re supplied by Spinning Hat – which has heaps of cool products. Best of all, the give away is available worldwide! Go on, enter now.