If you want to be bold enough and try natural tie-dye we have given it a bit of a test and can give you a few pointers (please note this is a fairly new area we are still testing out but we do have some nice results on early tests!):
-Scour and mordant as usual, let the fabric dry until just barely wet, or dry entirely and dampen lightly before dyeing.
-Create normal Dye bath but do NOT add extra water after straining.
-Tie up your fabric into the desired pattern and pour onto the fabric over a clean bucket. Put the excess dye in the bucket back into the container you were pouring from and repeat until the fabric is covered to your satisfaction.
-Wrap in a bag or let sit in the bottom of a dry bucket over night.
-Rinse each section carefully by hand (make sure to not let the dye run to areas you do not want it to) until it rinses almost clear, then wash with cold water and soap.
-The leftover dye can be reused to tie-dye future projects!