Space dyed yarn is a term that defines the dyeing process in which multiple colors are applied along a length of yarn (usually a continuous filament strand) at intervals. This process can be achieved through several methods: 1) Knit-de-knit process of printing on a knit fabric and then unraveling it; 2) Warp yarn printing; 3) Yarn package impregnation where a thin stream of dye is spurted out from a needle into a yarn package; and 4) the spraying of colors onto the skeins of yarn.
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