With coronavirus concerns still in effect for much of the country, people are on the hunt for fun new skills they can learn in quarantine. Beyond cooking and coding, the latest to-do is tie-dye crafts.
According to new data from Pinterest, searches for “tie-dye crafts” are up 13 times more year over year for June. Results include everything from your standard psychedelic swirls to unconventional “bleach tie-dye,” “ice tie-dye” and “reverse tie-dye patterns.”
Furthermore, crafters are looking to dye more than just t-shirts, bandanas and sweatshirts. They’ve got their sights set on summer staples such as “tie-dye bikinis” and “tie-dye towels” for fun in the sun at the beach or pool.
Crafting your own tie-dye apparel may be gaining popularity as of late, but truth be told, it’s always been in style. Don’t believe us? Here’s a look at the evolution of the trend throughout the years.