PRODUCTION OF INCOME YIELDING CRAFTS

CONTENT

  1. Production of Tie and Dye
  2. Materials for Tie and Dye
  3. Procedure for Making Tie and Dye
  4. Production of Batik Fabrics

 

Production of Tie and Dye

Just as the name implies, tie and dye is the tying of portions of clothes to prevent dye from penetrating some parts of the fabric. It involves tying a cloth to any pattern and dipping it in dye and when you bring it out, wash and loose the tied part and designs are formed.

Making of Tie and Dye

Practicals on Production of Income Yielding Crafts - Production of tie and dye

Materials for Tie and Dye

Twine, rubber, rope, needles, pencils, polythene, cloth pegs, clips, stones, pebbles, safety pin, plastic basins and buckets, hand gloves, stick, spoons, etc.

Methods:

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