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What is "Yarn Dye" - Definition & Explanation
Last Updated on: 01-Mar-2024 (4 months, 15 days ago)
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Yarn Dye
The process of dyeing yarns prior to weaving or knitting fabrics. Generally used for patterned fabrics or stripes but poplular for knitwear. Two general methods are Hank (for bulkier yarns - knitwear) or Package (for flatter fabrics).

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