from The Century Dictionary.
- To dye over with a second color.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb To dye with excess of color; to put one color over (another).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb transitive To
dye(something already coloured) with another colour.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
The next peice didn't work - folded too tight, perhaps - not enough saturation - but it will overdye well.
I do like them both although I can't believe you could overdye it and come out with such a nice red color.
I should just go ahead and overdye it and see what I can salvage.
I am trying to figure out how to overdye the clock fabric: it's bright white, and I think a soft blue-grey would be better, if only I can find one that won't cover up the print.
If I was lucky enough to find that beauty in a thrift store I'd overdye it with lavender and then wear yellow amber beads with it.
You can immersion dye, hand paint, drip color onto yarn, overdye already colored yarn, make self-striping yarn.
While I was rummaging around for things to overdye I came across another bunch of cusspots.
Once brightly colored shirts are given the overdye process while patterned button-downs feature bleached elements.
Hey, I have an overdye question for you, since you are the pro.
And you could overdye it black again — remember in GONE WITH THE WIND, when after the young soldier son is killed the family cook is spotted in the kitchen, stirring a dyepot with all the family’s clothes in it?