|Judith Content. 2003. (Marisma "Salt Marsh). The techniques in this one piece include wrap-and fold-resist dying, discharged, pieced, quilted, appliqued silk @ FAMSF|
Tie-dye is just one example of the resist-dye method, an inclusive term used for the process of dyeing textiles to form patterns by preventing dye from reaching specific areas of the cloth. Methods of resist dyeing include tie-dye, stitch-resist, batik or wax-resist dyeing, stencil-resist, mordant-resist, ikat (warp- or weft-resist dyeing), as well as other techniques.
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