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In the third stage of flipping, the dye is massaged into the cloth with the hands so that it remains in the center of the robe.

20200904_dhammavaro_final_05.jpg In a process developed at the time of the Buddha, a robe will be flipped in three steps so the natural dye settles evenly on the cloth. This rotation also prevents "racing stripes" as dye drips down the sides.ThumbnailsThe robe is refolded over the clothesline in the second stage of flipping to avoid drip marks and ensure even color saturation.In a process developed at the time of the Buddha, a robe will be flipped in three steps so the natural dye settles evenly on the cloth. This rotation also prevents "racing stripes" as dye drips down the sides.ThumbnailsThe robe is refolded over the clothesline in the second stage of flipping to avoid drip marks and ensure even color saturation.In a process developed at the time of the Buddha, a robe will be flipped in three steps so the natural dye settles evenly on the cloth. This rotation also prevents "racing stripes" as dye drips down the sides.ThumbnailsThe robe is refolded over the clothesline in the second stage of flipping to avoid drip marks and ensure even color saturation.In a process developed at the time of the Buddha, a robe will be flipped in three steps so the natural dye settles evenly on the cloth. This rotation also prevents "racing stripes" as dye drips down the sides.ThumbnailsThe robe is refolded over the clothesline in the second stage of flipping to avoid drip marks and ensure even color saturation.In a process developed at the time of the Buddha, a robe will be flipped in three steps so the natural dye settles evenly on the cloth. This rotation also prevents "racing stripes" as dye drips down the sides.ThumbnailsThe robe is refolded over the clothesline in the second stage of flipping to avoid drip marks and ensure even color saturation.In a process developed at the time of the Buddha, a robe will be flipped in three steps so the natural dye settles evenly on the cloth. This rotation also prevents "racing stripes" as dye drips down the sides.ThumbnailsThe robe is refolded over the clothesline in the second stage of flipping to avoid drip marks and ensure even color saturation.In a process developed at the time of the Buddha, a robe will be flipped in three steps so the natural dye settles evenly on the cloth. This rotation also prevents "racing stripes" as dye drips down the sides.ThumbnailsThe robe is refolded over the clothesline in the second stage of flipping to avoid drip marks and ensure even color saturation.
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