Tie dye: Rinse the garment (still bound) of any excess dye until the sink water runs clear. Then it’s the moment of truth—cut or undo the rubber bands and pieces of wood, and unfold your transformed, chic new 'fit.
Fast & easy Tie-Die Tie Dye T-shirt - mix a solution of unsweetened Kool Aid, 4 c. warm water & 1 c. White Vinegar in a container, tie a rubber band around a section of the T-shirt and soak for several hours.
In Threads (August/September authors Nick Coman and Chase Wong explain a fascinating way to create random, unique patterns on fabric with ice dyeing. They share a few of their favorite color combinations for ice dyeing in this Web extra.