Tie dye was called Shibori, as the history of the 1970s suggests. Shibori is a Japanese term used for techniques of resist-dyeing with wide variety too. Tie-dye has been
Similar to the process of tie-dyeing, the process of dip-dyeing fabric involves the submergence of the garments into a bucket full of dye material to make it into a completely different color.
Sulfate dyeing process indulges the usage of a specific chemical compound called Ferrous Sulfate or iron. This chemical related compound is taken into use as the