The tie-dyeing process is divided into two parts: tie-dyeing and dyeing. It uses yarn, thread, rope and other tools to bind, sew, tie, tie, and clip the fabric and then dye it.
The process feature is a printing and dyeing technique in which the printed fabric is twisted into knots with threads, and then printed and dyed, and then the twisted threads are removed. It has more than one hundred different techniques, each with its own characteristics. For example, the "roll up twist" is rich in color, natural changes, and endless fun. What is even more surprising is that tie each kind of flower, even if there are thousands of them, they will not appear the same after dyeing. This unique artistic effect is difficult to achieve by mechanical printing and dyeing process.