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Stitch World July, 2015

Having first emerged on the global fashion stages during the 60s, the tie & dye effect has never really faded from the look-books of leading fashion retailers. As product development teams continue to experiment with varied printing techniques, ‘tie & dye’ has become a staple value addition for Indian exporters. However, be it the effect of over-dyeing, dip-dyeing, tinting or wrinkling, tie & dye effects are no longer constrained to being produced through conventional methods in craft clusters. It can now easily be recreated through printing technologies. The promising advantages that follow when using rotary screen, flatbed or digital printing for tie & dye include shorter lead times,…

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