tie-dyeing

Process of colouring fabric in which thread is tied around sections of the fabric (usually cotton) to form areas that will resist dye, into which the fabric is then dipped. The process can be...
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tie-dyeing

method of dyeing by hand in which coloured patterns are produced in the fabric by gathering together many small portions of material and tying them ...
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tie-dyeing

tie-dyeing, dyeing method used by hand-loom weavers of ancient times. It became popular during the craft revival of the 1960s. The fabric to be colored is tied or knotted at intervals before being placed in the dye; the knotted areas remain untouched by the dye and create random patterns frequently ...
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tie-dyeing

Process of colouring fabric in which thread is tied around sections of the fabric (usually cotton) to form areas that will resist dye, into which the fabric is then dipped. The process can be repeated with different dyes and different areas of the fabric being tied. Finally, the thread is removed. Simple circular designs are most common, but differ
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