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 allegedly used for over 6000 years by various cultures. The end outcome is a random pattern either free-flowing or loose or a combination of both in between.

Tie-Dye Pattern

These days, tie-dye defines a color pattern designed for restricting dye from disturbing some areas while dying in other areas. Folding, stitching, crumpling, tying or making the fabric to inhibit the flow of a dye to other areas. Most scrunching, twisting, and folding is done with a flat wet shirt over a covered table of plastic. Folding patterns on squirted colors define the resulting design. With experience overall, the end result can be in a controlled manner. So that manufacturers are in ease to adjust later when overall shaping and sizing is done of clothing.

Ultimate Perfection

Tie-dye method, with every passing day, is getting modernized each day. It supports a variety of patterns in different colors, which is well mixed with fabrics for providing an overall good look to apparel material..


Fabric Selection

Your dedicated representative will initially help you select the best fabric for your product.

Cut & Sewing

Once the fabric is selected, it is sent for Cut & Sew processes to make sure that the quality of the product is not compromised at all.


At this step, all the changes you need in terms of printing, add-ons and changes are done effectively.


Once your product is finalized, we make sure that every piece has your label before it is sent to the packaging department


The final product is ironed, folded with care and packed in the baggage of your choice to give it a premium look


Once the order is packed and ready, it is sent for shipment to your location with minimum shipping time.