which combines modern design and ethnic style, is a very common dyeing
technique. Tie-dye can be applied on dresses, skirts, t-shirts and many
other garments. Tie-dye, which is also known as shibori, can be applied with
fabric dyes. It helps to reveal many patterns such as spiral, striped and polka
dots on clothes.
What is Tie-Dye?
is a fabric dyeing method influenced by Shibori, a Japanese art. It was
very popular in 90’s and also very trendy today. Tie-dye allows to create
original designs with effortless and creative applications.
On which clothes can tie-dye be applied?
can often be applied on clothes such as t-shirts, scarves, dresses, shawls. It
can also be used for coloring home textile products such as bed linen, table
and sofa covers, curtains, accessories.
which reveals creativity according to personal tastes, can be applied on all
fabrics except fabrics containing polyester. There is a wide range of batik dye
that can be used in both clothing and home textiles.
tie-dye, which is also considered as a fun activity, you can have a pleasant
time with your loved ones and enjoy the new style that has emerged. However,
you can bring a renewed style to unpatterned, pale-colored and old items in
your wardrobe. The personal and unique nature of the designs paves the way for
you to draw a different and marginal image from those around you.
Tie Dyeing Supplies
materials: water, dye, gloves and the fabric to be dyed. You can mix with
various different colors and color your items with various tie-dye techniques.
How is Tie-Dye Preparation Made?
starting tie-dye, a large protective cover should be used in order not to
pollute the dyeing area. It is important that the floor on which tie-dye will
be made is flat so that the painting can be done easily. At the same time, when
choosing the place to be painted, it is important to pay attention to the
selection of environments where the paint splashes are less, in terms of
protecting household items.
order to create a comfortable working area while dyeing, you must have the
necessary materials with you. For this reason, it is recommended to arrange the
tie-dye materials side by side regularly. At the same time, you should have the
gloves to prevent your hands from getting dirty. In addition, you should have
materials that can be used quickly when cleaning is needed, such as paper
towels and napkins. When all these and your tie-dye materials are ready, you
can start dyeing.
artists perform their art with many different techniques in tied-ye. Patterns
are revealed after long applications with materials such as natural dyes and
wax made by artists. Unlike the tie-dye techniques of the old times, the
wrapping and button technique is used today. These methods are preferred
because they are easier than the old techniques.
wrapping technique is in the form of dyeing the fabric, which is held together
with the help of a straw rope, by attaching it to a wooden stick. The
application of the button technique is dyeing with the buttons sewn on the