The tie-dyeing process is divided into two parts: tying and dyeing. It uses yarn, thread, rope and other tools to tie, sew, bind, embellish, clip and other forms of dyeing the fabric. The purpose is to prevent dyeing on the tied part of the fabric, so that the tied part maintains the primary color, while the untied part is evenly dyed. Thereby forming uneven shades and rich layers of color halos and wrinkles. The tighter and firmer the fabric is tied, the better the anti-dyeing effect. It can be dyed into ordinary tie-dye fabrics with regular patterns; it can also dye complex compositions with figurative patterns and exquisite handicrafts with a variety of gorgeous colors. Tie-dyeing is a quiet and peaceful world composed of blue and white as the main tone, that is, the contrast of blue and white is used to create a simple meaning, and the combination of blue and white often gives people a sense of elegance like blue and white porcelain, and peace and tolerance are more reflected in the tie-dye sky.