Sometimes I'll print out a pic of a dye online to see if I can reverse engineer it...
So we have this shirt
I know that it was folded in half lengthwise and bound with an accordion fold along this line (give or take)
Then the whole shirt is bound at about one inch intervals.
If I had to guess I would say that with the shirt lying in front of me I dyed one section yellow and then the next one red and so on...
Turning the shirt over I start with red and then the yellow so that the section is red on one side and the same section is yellow on the other.
Red will overtake the yellow as you can see so it might be better to go heavier on the yellow.
It might be better to make your first bind more centrally located than what I have shown so that the shirt ends with a more even look to it.
Tie Dyeing is wonderful...
I'm glad that I have a workspace in my home and my own washer/dryer.
It does have spiders and an occasional centipede but we all have a good time.
Last year I had to catch and release a couple of Bumblebees from the basement land.
I don't know what they were doing down there...
Let Your Freak Flag Fly !!!