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MIURA & ORIUNI SHIBORI. HANDSPUN, HANDWOVEN COTTON  VAT-DYED IN BOTANICAL INDIGO  ARIMATSU, MID/LATE 19C

MIURA & ORIUNI SHIBORI. HANDSPUN, HANDWOVEN COTTON VAT-DYED IN BOTANICAL INDIGO ARIMATSU, MID/LATE 19C

Kanoko Shibori

Kanoko Shibori

Muira shibori (looped binding) involves taking a hooked needle and plucking sections of the cloth. Then a thread is looped around each section twice. The thread is not knotted tension is used to make sure everything is held in the same place. The resulting dyed cloth is a water-like design. Because no knot is used, muirea shibori is very easy to bind and unbind. Therefore, this technique is very often used.

Muira shibori (looped binding) involves taking a hooked needle and plucking sections of the cloth. Then a thread is looped around each section twice. The thread is not knotted tension is used to make sure everything is held in the same place. The resulting dyed cloth is a water-like design. Because no knot is used, muirea shibori is very easy to bind and unbind. Therefore, this technique is very often used.

Karamatsu shibori.  Sooo many things we could do! So many folding techniques you can use to get amazing patterns

Karamatsu shibori. Sooo many things we could do! So many folding techniques you can use to get amazing patterns

Dip Dye DIY- How To Dip Dye A Shirt

Dip Dye DIY- How To Dip Dye A Shirt

Visit your local Splendid store this Saturday to customize your own splendid tanks! #TankTastic

Visit your local Splendid store this Saturday to customize your own splendid tanks! #TankTastic

Blog — Prism of Threads

Blog — Prism of Threads

This is a cotton cloth hand made in Ancient Mali. It's one of a kind because it uses natural dies for color.

This is a cotton cloth hand made in Ancient Mali. It's one of a kind because it uses natural dies for color.

shibori

shibori

This indigo-dyed shibori cotton fabric is hand-stitched and dyed in Japan.

This indigo-dyed shibori cotton fabric is hand-stitched and dyed in Japan.