The Comparative Study of Tie-Dye Methods for Pattern Design Development of Tie-Dye Products
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The purposes of this research were 1) To compare to the distinctly motifs of Tie-dye methods: binding technique, folding technique and stitching technique. 2) To compare the dyeing results of the characteristics of cotton, linen, and rayon in geometrics patterns design group and naturalistic patterns design group. There are 8 motifs were used; quadrangle, triangle, circle, heart form, flower, leaf, butterfly, and worm. The research Instruments were used; 1) tie-dye fabrics dyed in 3 tie-dye methods. The tie-dye methods were bind, fold, and stitch amount of 120 pieces 2) The assessment for 15 connoisseurs (connoisseurship model). Data was analyzed by the statistical package for the social science program and using mean, percentage, standard deviation, one-way ANOVA (Scheffe), and chi-square. The results of the study were found that binding technique was at mean 4.20 including stitching technique at mean 4.10 and folding technique at mean 3.69. The best technique was binding technique because this technique could produce products in a large quantity. The stitching technique was aesthetic, elegant and valuable. The folding technique could produce many patterns in one time. Binding technique, folding technique and stitching technique on cotton were much suitable in tie-dye method and capability of techniques. Binding technique and stitching technique on cotton were much suitable in pattern design and overall image of fabric dyed. Binding technique and stitching technique on linen were much suitable in 5 parts. Folding technique on linen were much especial suitable in tie-dye method and capability of techniques. Binding technique and stitching technique on rayon were much suitable in 5 parts. Folding technique on rayon were much especial suitable in 5 parts except overall image of fabric dyed. Comparison of three kinds of fabric and two pattern groups were that geometrics and naturalistic patterns on cotton, linen, and rayon fabrics had average the best in binding technique. To compare tie-dye techniques and fabrics and pattern groups had different for some parts statistically significant at level of .05 This study was the experimental methods of tie-dye and 3 kinds of fabrics; cotton, linen, and rayon. The method of dyed in the study was vat dye (Indigo dye), the result found that the best fabric absorption dyed was rayon, the second best fabric absorption dyed was cotton and linen. The vat dye in different kinds of fabric were dyed at the same quantity. They were dyed in the nearly different shade. Rayon was the best dye than another kind. Cotton and linen were dyed as the same shade.