The process of tie & dye is about developing the pattern/design on the leather, which is unlike printing, using a medium to tie the material when coloring.
The tying of the leather is done with ropes or threads to form thin and thick patterns to achieve the desired pattern with a vintage effect. Once the tying is done, the process of dying is done in diluted pigments. The desired look is achieved once the leather is naturally dried, and the tied ropes or threads are released. The pattern is formed with the penetration to diluted colour at untied area. The original base colour remains visible at the tied part of the leather once it is untied.
The process is done manually, so there will always be variation in the tie-dye method and the pattern achieved to create a unique tie & dye garment. The wrinkle effect will also differ within the garment. This is the uniqueness of a tie & dye garment.