tie-dyed


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tie-dye

(tī′dī′)
tr.v. tie-dyed, tie-dye·ing, tie-dyes
To dye (fabric) after tying parts of the fabric so that they will not absorb dye, giving the fabric a streaked or mottled look.
n.
1. The process of tie-dyeing.
2. A tie-dyed fabric or garment.

tie-dyed

adj
(Textiles) (of textiles) given a pattern by tie-dyeing
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They have tie-dyed all their tops and will be taking them home tonight for them to keep as a memory of the day.
com, the party which was held in the 33-year-old reality star's sister Kourtney Kardashian's backyard, greeted the guests with tie-dyed wristbands, which were a free pass to enjoy the various booths where they could get hair-braiding, face-painting, tie-dyed T-shirts and bandannas.
For the tie-dyed paiche: 1 pound paiche fillet 7 ounces airampo juice * 7 ounces water For the tiger's milk: ** Juice of 4 limes 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil 1/2 cup fish stock 1/4 small rib celery, chopped 1/4 aji amarillo chile, *** seeded 3 tablespoons finely chopped yellow bell pepper 2 tablespoons minced red onion 1 tablespoon chopped cilantro One 1/2-inch piece fresh kion, *** peeled and grated 1 clove garlic sliced 1/4 teaspoon hon dashi 1/4 teaspoon monosodium glutamate For the avocado cream: 1 avocado, peeled, pitted and sliced 1/2 cup tiger's milk, from above 1/2 cup olive Oil Salt and pepper To serve: Tie-dyed paiche from above For the garnish: 2 ounces yellow or orange tobiko 16 fresh unsprayed pansies * Airampo Is a prickly purple pear found in the Andean region.
The firm is producing tie-dyed and dip-dyed fashion products for the Young Enterprise challenge.
An exhibit of tie-dyed work by Jennifer Schomer is on display at the Materials Exchange Center for Community Arts, 449 Willamette St.
In fact, I have a collection of tie-dyed shirts which are kept just for meal times.
Palvika says: "The skirt was a plain white silk scarf I tie-dyed and sewed a jersey onto the top.
Leather fringes, tie-dyed prints and bohemian bags are leading a hippie revival that has been echoed on runways around the world.
But let's face it, older Goths do have more fun but this wasn't a totally welcome tie-dyed blast from the past.
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There are shots of Firdaus's blue eyes framed by a tie-dyed headscarf and Soelayman's golden yellow Mohawk.