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    • Cyndee

      It is kinda fun, just not as bright as I would like. There is no sugar in the little Koolaid packets so it’s not sticky. Smells good though.

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  1. LaurieDM

    Such a simple, clever idea. I love old spools of all kinds.So many things you can make with them. Have you ever worked with the old fabric mill spools?

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    • Cyndee

      I’ve made a few floral arrangements with the old textile spools, and used them as decor in my home. I just got a few more though. I’ll have to think of something fabulous!

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  2. LaurieDM

    We just did tye dye t-shirts with the kids this past week using fabric dyes. I have never tried dying fabric with Kool-Aid. Now I am curious. I have done tea dying on muslin which I love the look of.

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  3. Melissa

    Love the idea of dying things with koolaid! I knew some kids would use it to dye their hair, but didn’t think to use it on fabric!

    I absolutely adore those cats. Do you have a tut?

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    • Cyndee

      I submitted the article for the cats online. When it is published, I will post the link.

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  4. Cyndee

    I think using it on muslin would work great as long as it was for crafts and you didn’t rinse it out or wash it.

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  5. sarah

    just wondering what size you cut each square?? i am attempting these..don’t know why i ever bought rit dye!! love your blog, thanks
    and did you fill with pillow filling??

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