Tie-dyeing is a traditional and unique dyeing technique of the Han nationality(202 BC).A dyeing process in which fabric or garment is partially ligated so that it cannot be dyed. It is one of the traditional Chinese hand dyeing techniques.
The tie-dye process is divided into two parts: binding and dyeing.It is used to tie, sew, bind, stitch, clip and other forms of fabric by means of yarn, thread, rope and other tools for dyeing.The process is characterized by a printing and dyeing technology in which threads are twisted into knots and then printed and dyed, and then the twisted threads are dismantled.
It has more than one hundred variations of techniques, each with its own characteristics.Such as its "volume on the twisted", rich color, natural changes, fun.
What is even more surprising is that every flower, even if it has thousands of flowers, does not produce the same appearance when dyed.This unique artistic effect is difficult to achieve by mechanical printing and dyeing process.