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In earlier centuries, the process was not called “tie-dye” but came to be known as that because of tying off sections of garments with string or rubber bands to make unique pattern designs.
Because of the manual process of tie-dyeing, no two designs are the same, much like a fingerprint. The possibilities are endless!
Although tie-dyeing peaked in the U.S. during the counterculture movement, it is still widely popular today. There is just something 'dye-lightful about making your own creation!
Inspired by mostly spring colors.