Next, you cut a piece sufficiently enormous to cover an egg. Wrap the egg with the correct side of the texture making contact with the egg. The correct side is the printed side, or the side that would be on the outside of the tie. You need to attempt to wrap the texture as tight as you can without breaking the egg of course. The more immediate contact the silk has with the egg shell the more clear the engraving of the example. Where there are folds in the texture you’ll get sort of a swirly water color impact. I love those parts-it adds to the appeal. When wrapped, tie with a bit of string or a twisty tie. (Help yourself out and go with the twisty tie!) Presently, notice how I tied the eggs in the above photograph with the tie on the top of the long side of the egg. If you do this, the opposite end of the egg will have the best example. If you will be sitting the eggs upstanding in an egg cup, this is the best way to wrap them.
However, if you need the best part of the design on the wide side of the egg, you’ll need to wrap them evenly, similar to this: After the eggs are enveloped by silk, you’re going to wrap them again with a light colored light weight bit of texture. An old pillowcase, sheet, or meager dish fabric is great. If you go to the thrift store to get ties, you might need to get a pillowcase as well. Otherwise you may get anxious at home and just take one from your kid’s room. Try not to tell my husband I did that.