Tie-dyeing is a dyeing method that uses thread, rope or […]
Tie-dyeing is a dyeing method that uses thread, rope or other tools to sew, tie, and bind the fabric, and then remove the thread to obtain a special dyeing method in which the color of the pattern changes in intensity. According to data records, tie-dye originated in the Qin Dynasty in my country, and developed greatly in the Wei and Jin, Southern and Northern Dynasties, and has been passed down to this day. China, Japan, India, Africa and other places have greater market demand. Features of tie-dye works: natural and lively patterns, fresh and elegant, endless changes; casual, free and easy, indeterminate. Tie-dye production characteristics: simple equipment, complex process, etc. Tie-dyeing must be dyed in an open vessel (under normal pressure) and fabric folds, which determines that cotton, wool, silk, and hemp Spandex Fabric can be used as tie-dyeing fabrics. It is difficult to tie heavy fabrics. Therefore, textile fabrics Ordinary fabrics of wholesale natural fibers can be used as the main fabric for tie-dyeing. Tie-dye tools: tie-dye seams, tie tools wired (good strength), rope (good strength, different thickness effects), rubber bands, needles, boards, (not thermally deformed, not afraid of water, not soaking), solid balls, sticks Wait. Tie-dye dyeing tools can use general aluminum pots and other open utensils to facilitate observation of the dyeing effect; heating tools are better to adjust the heat. The general process flow of tie-dyeing works is: concept design-sewing-immersion treatment-(dehydration-partial coloring-dehydration) dyeing-(tied again-dyed again)-(heat preservation)- Washing-removing the thread rope-washing-fixing-finishing.