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DIY IKAT Pillow Case

After a mysterious nebula pillow we’d like to tell you of this simple throw pillow that you can easily make without spending much money on the supplies: a pillow, pastel dye sticks and some imagination, of course.  Lightly draw your pattern on the pillow, after that fill your pattern with lines. The edges don’t have to line up too since we’re going after ikat’s jagged edges.  Fill your next color, then the next one and so to the end. When you’re done with your first layer of colors, repeat steps 1-4 but this time, making your strokes harder to make the colors vibrant. Draw short strokes using the darker shade of the color you used. After you’re done, follow the instruction at the back of your crayon box and don’t forget to iron the piece.

 

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