3 stages in the manufacture of tie-dyeing a long twill-woven, woollen, waistband. The textile has plied and knotted fringing at both shorter ends. The first stage shows the creation of the patterns consisting of bands of 3 bundles, and 4 wrapped sections on each fringe. The second stage shows the tie-dye resist patterns after an indigo dye bath. In the third stage (completed ?) the resist patterned ends are shown after being dipped in a yellow dye bath.
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