Here's the shirt after it's first shibori dyeing last February. It definitely needed something more.
So I accordion folded it lengthwise (after soaking it in soda ash for 15 minutes), securing it with rubber bands and string wound tightly. I then placed it in a plastic box and squirted black dye on it. After it batched for 24 hours, rinsed it out and voila! I think it looks a lot better. It's a nice weight, not too thin, Hanes Extra Large shirt. It's for sale for $20. Let me know if you are interested.
Below is the before picture of this Lands End 2X shirt.
Here's the shirt again with a closeup below, after doing arashi shibori using Cerulean Blue dye. This one is more subtle, with some very nice nuances of colors. It's also $20 and for sale.
The last piece I did yesterday was to over-dye an ice-dyed piece.
I accordion folded this piece, fitting it snugly into a box and used black mixed with some fuchsia squirted sparingly on it. I think it's more exciting now, due to the contrast, but I also liked the mood of it when it was quieter.