Trendy Scarf Belt
With just cold water, Tulip One-Step Fashion Dye, and a little bit of imagination, you can change a plain white scarf into a stylish scarf belt. It’s so quick and simple, you’ll be inspired to create other designs!
- White silk scarf
- Duncan Tulip One-Step Fashion Dye: Turquoise
paper towels, plastic gloves, cotton-tip swab, washer and dryer, plastic tablecloth (to cover work surface)
- Plastic wrap
- Disposable cup
- Lingerie bag
- 1. Cover work surface with plastic tablecloth and wet scarf. Wring dry with paper towels, leaving slightly damp. Wearing gloves, fill dye bottle with water and replace cap. Shake to mix thoroughly. Squeeze 1”-wide stripes, leaving 6” space between stripes onto scarf. Dye will slightly wick out. Pour small dye amount in cup. Dip cotton-tip swab in dye; dot between stripes. Cover scarf with plastic wrap and let sit four to six hours.
- 2. Fill washer with small load of water and laundry soap. Place scarf in lingerie bag. Wash and dry.
by Frances Lopez for Duncan Enterprises