Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of tie-dye.
  • n. The process of making tie-dyed material

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Several Digger women, including Judy Goldhaft, Ewing, and Gail "Geba" Greenberg, continued to develop the ancient technique of tie-dyeing as an art form that, like the swirling colors of the light shows at rock concerts, evoked the visual hallucinations of the LSD experience. 34

    Manhood in the Age of Aquarius: Masculinity in Two Countercultural Communities, 1965–83

  • Members can download databases or visit any of 30 or more "forums," exchanging comments on topics from arthritis to gardening, caregiving to tie-dyeing.

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  • Shoes for my teeny little feet, blanks for tie-dyeing, and giftable stuff for Tali and the Village, mostly.

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  • "Central Asian Ikats from the Rau Collection" displays more than 60 of the textiles, which are made by tie-dyeing silk threads before weaving to create elaborate patterns in striking colors.

    Time Off Europe Calendar

  • On Sunday, I was tie-dyeing and my left hand wasn't gloved.

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  • My mother learned the traditional kind of Japanese tie-dyeing known as roketsuzome from my father and became a professional in the field.

    Geisha, A Life

  • Their customary dress was a one-piece gown, ankle-length, ornamented with tie-dyeing or beadwork, caught at the waist by a belt from which dangled small tools for their endless tasks.

    Hokas Pokas

  • The Nantucket Parks & Recreation Commission sponsors T-shirt tie-dyeing every Friday at noon from mid-July through August.

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  • Every weekday, some 20 Sierra Leoneans, from teenagers to adults in middle age, gather here to learn skills like tailoring, weaving, tie-dyeing and soap-making, as well as reading - skills that, in this society, will give them a chance to earn a living.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Many campers have never had a chance to try canoeing or tie-dyeing or basketry.

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