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A process where color dyes are added after the garment is sewn, as opposed to dying individual fabric pieces prior to sewing. Clothing that has been garment dyed produces a soft texture and often a darker-colored stitching, both of which yield an agreeably “worn” look and feel. Another advantage to garment dying is the hot-wash process, which effectively preshrinks the fabric prior to use.
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