Every year for the past few years I go on a fabric dyeing bender and dye a bunch of yardage. These past few years it's been ice dyeing. I've really been honing my technique!
I ice dyed the double gauze spread out on my lawn (using a method I saw Caramiya use!) with moss green and maroon Procion dyes from Dharma Trading Co. I had dyed a few tea towels with this color combo earlier in the year and really loved how they turned out- very Monet-esque- so I decided to try it on a larger piece of fabric.
The double gauze absorbed the dye really well; the colors are very vibrant and rich, but also very earthy in the moss color. Plus the dye and the texture together look amazing. So much depth!
Like my last version (which is also hand-dyed!) skipped the cuffs so my sleeves ended up sort of 3/4 length, and I opted not to attach belt loops or cut a waist tie.
Paired here with my pinky red Jackson Tee and store-bought (Old Navy) jeans.