Added Dec 3, 2013
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Tritik stitching is a small running line of stitching that is gathered tightly. We uses tritik stitching in tie-dye to create the outline of the pattern to be dyed, and then folds and ties the rest of the cloth via standard tie-dye technique. Half of the artistry is in stitching the pattern, and the other half is in applying or not applying dye in the right places and colors. Even after 40+ years of tie-dye experience, we never really know how the finished product is going to look until its done
Cotton T-shirt, fiber reactive dyes, needle and thread, rubber bands
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