TIE AND DYE
Tie and Dye is a very ancient technique that has been practiced firstly in China and South America during the 5th century. Tie and dye is a term used to describe a number of resist dying techniques and the products of these process.
The process of tie-dye typically consists of folding, twisting, pleating, or crumpling fabric or a garment, before binding with string or rubber bands, followed by the application of dye. The manipulations of the fabric before the application of dye are called resist, as they partially or completely prevent ('resist') the applied dye from coloring the fabric and produces the pattern when unfastened.
More sophisticated tie-dye may involve additional steps they are multiple techniques with specific names such as the very known Shibori originated from Japan includes stitching elaborate patterns that are tightly gathered before dying.