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DYEING TULLE

TRACY_WILLIAMS | Posted in The Archives on

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I HAVE SOME WHITE TULLE. I NEED TO DYE IT A PASTEL PINK. CAN ANYONE TELL ME HOW. THE ADVICE IS MUCH APPRECIATED.
THANK-YOU

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  1. Sarah_Kayla | | #1

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    Dear Tracy,

    Tulle is pretty inexpensive. It is easy to buy in pale pink - that is one of the standard colors it does come in. Dying
    1 - costs money
    2 - takes time

    Unless you want a very specific shade of pink (actually tulle comes in several shades of pink from ballerina pale to a deep magenta with a couple of eyepopping day-go pinks in between) I would just buy it in pink and save the white for something else - Say, a bridal veil for a three year old girl. She will love you forever and wear it to tatters. We still have our very ratty bridal veil that my daughter wore contantly from the time she was three until she was six. My daughter is now 11, and although she hasn't worn it in years, we can't throw it away.

    Sarah

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