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verbo transitivotie-dyed, tie-dyes
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- After throwing on my oldest pair of jeans and aqua and lilac tie-dyed T-shirt, I made it to the meal tent.
- With his rainbow tie-dyed shirt and his backpack, he looks like a college student.
- He had dirty grey hair, wore a dirty tie-dyed T-shirt and a dirty knitted cap.
- It was tie-dyed in a ridiculous pattern of yellow, red, blue, and green.
- Since then, the cotton tops have been shrunk, tie-dyed, torn, cropped, coloured, encrusted with jewels and covered in zips.
- Other crafts include lacquerware, handwoven carpets, handprinted textiles, and tie-dyed fabrics.
- She was wearing a kilt that morning, a wrap of heavy pleated material belted at her waist and colored in a green and brown tie-dyed pattern.
- People think, because I'm a Caribbean designer, everything that comes out of me must be bright and tie-dyed.
- With textiles I might tie-dye a piece of cloth or draw on to it and add glue.
- Silk threads are tie-dyed, then woven on a loom to create soft-edged designs for curtains, clothing, and other uses.
- And I confess, I buy as many tie-dyed T-shirts as I can stand.
- They ate granola, believed in peace and love, and tie-dyed everything they could get their hands on.
- Wince at those flared trousers and that tie-dyed t-shirt from your hippie days.
- Textiles include appliqué work, embroidery, tie-dyed fabrics, and various types of hand-loomed cloth.
- She picked out a pair of jean shorts and a purple tie-dyed shirt.
- Diana had guessed that Matlock decided that white just wouldn't cut it because Matlock had then gone on to tie-dye the once-white undershirt.
- Charlie is some crazy hippie freak complete with incense and tie-dyed t-shirts.
- My favourite skirt, the long, full, ocean blue one that I tie-dyed myself, now has a torn hem and black grease stains.
- No longer did she wear the baggy overalls and tie-dyed shirts.
- Each is a swatch of tie-dyed fabric stitched with contrasting threads.
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