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What is "Tie dyed" - Definition & Explanation
Last Updated on: 21-May-2023 (9 months, 6 days ago)
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Tie dyed
A hand method of dyeing that involves gathering small portions of the fabric and tying them tightly before dyeing. The tied areas resist penetration of the dye, resulting in irregular patterns. Also refers to similar designs created by machine methods.

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