HARD TO RESIST
Resist dyeing is a process that temporarily blocks a fabric’s ability to absorb dye. Batik and tie-dyeing are two forms of resist dyeing; the former uses hot wax and the latter folding and binding. Glue can also be used. Place a stencil on top of cotton fabric. Apply a washable glue like Elmer’s Washable Clear School Glue (available on Trade Me) within the stencil. Allow to dry for 24 hours. Brush or spray woad dye onto the fabric. Leave the fabric to dry then rinse in lukewarm water.