one of a kind tie dye. I am doing "Ice Dying" I tie the garments up, put them in a container, put dye on them and cover with ice. As the ice melts, the dye seeps into the fabric "splitting" into the component colors for each dye. For example, a green dye has blue and yellow but can also have reds and browns. You can also get an interesting flow with the colors.
Ice (or Snow) Dyeing is a dyeing technique where ice or snow is used to create a unique color pattern effect on fabric. Ice or snow is used to prevent the dye from reaching some areas of the fabric (similar to tie-dye) while also causing fiber reactive dyes to "split" into some of their component colors which can generate interesting bleed and halo effects.