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    Tritik is a technique very similar to that of plangi with the difference that this uses thread as a means of causing resistance in the cloth being dyed. The tighter and more closely pleated the thread, the greater the effect. Indeed, through this method, it is possible to trace out motifs even if it is more commonly associated with geometric patterns and the creation of colourless “islands”.
    This technique may be repeated after the first dying process even if the effects previously created have to be protected before proceeding with the second dying stage.
    Each participant produces their own compositions that are then delineated in thread and later drawn back. After the tightening, the material is then dyed in the chosen colour. The final phase comes with the cutting of the thread and encountering the result achieved.