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What is "YARN-DYED" - Definition & Explanation

A fabric woven with pre-dyed yarns providing a variety of patterns.
Fabrics Which Have Had The Yarns Colored Before The Fabric Is Woven. Used To Produce Stripes Plaids Or Tapestries.
To die yard before it is made into cloth.
Yarns dyed in a bundle or package before weaving into fabrics like ginghams, stripes and plaids. Also known as "color-woven" fabric.

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