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July 8, 2013 12:00 AM

Tie-dye book won’t tie you up in knots

When you think of tie-dye, two things likely come to mind. One would be an elementary school track and field day, where one-size-fits-all shirts are dumped into a giant vat, producing tie-dye that is neither pretty nor creative. The other is your grandmother’s tie-dye. You know, from the ’60s. It’s probably best if we just don’t discuss it.

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