MY DIY | Dip-Dye Plaid Scarf




Happy Monday All! Now that it been a bit chillier,  I’ve been wearing my newly dip-dyed scarf non-stop, and am loving the subtle pop of color against my black and white wardrobe. Dip-dying is one of my favorite ways to give a basic clothing item a makeover. Stop by American Eagle’s blog or click through for steps and supplies!


What you need:
Heritage Plaid Scarf 
Rit Liquid Dye
Hot Water
What to do:
Mix the liquid dye with hot water
Dip the end of your scarf in the dye
Ring out excess liquid
Let dry.
Hand wash in cold water.
This post is part of a DIY Denim partnership with American Eagle Outfitters. Thanks so much for supporting our amazing sponsors who make I Spy DIY possible! 




  1. Michelle says:

    That is such a cool project, thank you for sharing!

  2. sherry says:

    Love the dip dye scarf. What happened to that magical scarf with the long fringe?

  3. Paige says:

    This scarf looks awesome! You did a great job!


  4. Sharon says:

    Such a lovely scarf. Looks nice on you!!!!

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  6. admin says:

    Love the colors!

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