Little Johnny – Tie Dye Cotton Jersey
Tie never dyes!
Tie dye was popular in the 1960s as Protest Art, then as Pop Fashion in the 70s. These are the most notable tie dye decades, but tie dye is renewed each decade. Tie dye became popular as an idea; your clothing can be a form of protest.
Cotton jersey fabric is a very absorbent and breathable fiber. Cotton jersey and cotton blends are ideal for clothing that gets daily use, like t-shirts. It is well-structured and has a nice drape.
This fabric features the classic randomly dispersed patches/ pops of rainbow colors. Perfect for those festival and party vibes.