Dylon

Office Attire

 

 

 

 

SMOCK-STYLE DRESS WITH BUTTONS

Materials needed:

  • Old smock-style dress in any colour  
  • DYLON Machine Dye Pod in intense Black or any colour of your choice
  • Needle
  • Clear thread
  • Large gold buttons or any other buttons of your choice

Instructions:

1. Turn the damp and washed dress inside out and place it  in the washing machine.

2. Open the Intense Black DYLON Machine Dye Pod and pop the unwrapped pod directly on top of the garment. Set the machine to a full 40° C cycle. Once this is complete, leave the item in the machine and  run another cycle with detergent. The dye is suitable for garments made of cotton, linen and viscose. Mixes with synthetics will dye to lighter shades and pure synthetics will not dye.

3. Once the dress has been dyed and removed from the machine, run an empty cycle using detergent to clean your machine.      

4. Once the dress is ready, leave to dry away from direct sunlight.

Always read Dylon Machine Dyes Pod’s pack for instructions and fabric requirements before use.

5. Add the gold buttons down the front using a needle and clear thread. To make the gold buttons stay upright and tight, pull on the thread as you sew.

PEARL TURTLENECK

Materials needed:

  • Turtleneck
  • DYLON Machine Dye Pod in Plum Red or any colour of your choice
  • Pearls 
  • Needle
  • Clear Thread
  • Scissors 

Instructions:

1. Turn the damp, clean turtleneck inside out and place it in the washing machine.

2. Pop the unwrapped and opened Plum Red DYLON Machine Dye Pod directly on top of the garment. Set the machine to a full 40° C cycle. Once this is complete, leave the turtleneck in the machine and run another cycle with detergent.

3. Once the turtleneck has been dyed and removed from the machine, run an empty cycle using detergent to clean your machine.      

4. Once the turtleneck is ready, leave it to dry away from direct sunlight.

Always read Dylon Machine Dyes Pod’s pack for instructions and fabric requirements before use.

5. Sew the pearls onto the turtleneck part of the jumper using clear thread and a needle in a scattered, random manner.