Fabric dyeing guide

Hello, everyone reading this guide. I am Lyuba Babitskaya, a St. Petersburg-based designer, and I've been dyeing garments and fabrics for many years.
This guide will be interesting to anyone who wants to try dyeing for the first time as well as for those with negative experience. I'll show you how exciting, easy, and wonderful dyeing is. Like with any other thing, don't feel too serious about it. Just let it go and enjoy the process. If you are still afraid, use something you don't actually need.

So, let's get to it!
We will need:

● Garment/fabric
● Textile dye (Jeansa Brand offers a wide range of colors that you can mix for a special tint)
● Bowl for the dye
● Strong white cotton yarn
● Scissors
● 2 clean plastic bags
● Wash bowl
● Large cooking pot or metal bucket
Fold or roll up your garment and tie it with yarn. The final pattern depends on how you roll up your garment, so be as creative as possible. Crumple or twist, or even knot it, as you can see in the picture.
Then, you need to put your tied garment into the washing soda solution (3 tablespoons in 10 liters of water) for 2 hours.
After that time, remove your garment from the washing soda solution and slightly drain it, but don't rinse. Then you can start dyeing it.
Getting the dyes ready:

● 1 bag of dye
● 0.5 teaspoon of salt/soda
● 250 ml water boiling hot

Stir and then strain.
Whenever you use the dye, make sure to put gloves on (if you don't want your hands to get dyed, too).
Put your dyed garment into a plastic bag, tie it and put it into another bag, and tie that one, too. Put this bundle into a cooking pot with near-boiling water for 1 hour, but don't let the water boil.

Put your bundle into a wash bowl with cold water and carefully remove the bags and the threads. Then, rinse it by hand: at first, in cold water, then – in hot water, several times, until the water is clear. Then, put your garment into a vinegar solution (2 tablespoons of vinegar in 2 liters of water) for 30 minutes to help the dye settle. Then, you need to rinse it once again.
Let it dry, then iron it and ta-da!
Wish you success and inspiration.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask them at my Instagram @solsolitario