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Shibori textile: Taisho era kimono with gray added to indigo dyed shibori yukata.

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Tie Dye Indigo picture - part of our huge selection of professional quality pictures at very affordable prices -

FAC Studio Artist Lisa Hinrichs and Executive Director Melissa Whitwam both  are accomplished fiber artists and amid the commonalities of their fiber  work is love of indigo. Lisa made a vat of indigo this week and invited the  FAC Studio Artists & FAC staff to learn more about indigo and eve

A Lesson Before Dyeing

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Fat quarter indigo fabric indigo shibori Japanese by Flextiles

A beautiful collection of Indigo dyed shibori designs produced by many of the creative individuals on workshops run by Annabel Wilson of Townhill Studio in Dorset.

Shibori Designs by Annabel Wilson of Townhill Studio, an expert in the technique of shibori. Exclusive handmade lampshades add a focal point to any room.

Arimatsu shibori, mokume shibori and makiage shibori

Arimatsu shibori, mokume shibori and makiage shibori …

Resultado de imagen para diy shibori

Japanese tie dye: Kumo Shibori is a pleat and bound resist technique of shibori. Small sections of fabric are pleated very finely, or wrapped around small objects such a pebbles and bound very closely. Kumo results in a specific spider-like design.

~ Kumo and Oboshi Shibori Futonji, Japan, Taisho period: 1912-1926

~ Kumo and Oboshi Shibori Futonji, Japan, Taisho period: dyed and pulled thread story tapestry cloth textile art japanese minimalism

Indigo Shibori Patchwork (2)

Indigo Shibori Patchwork (2)

Pure Indigo patchwork with shibori tie dye and block prints. Reverse side plain dark indigo with hand- stitching.

These two are shibori dyed.  The one shown here, above and below, is a subtle and complex pattern of stacked diamonds.  It seems that the paler, more “spider web” diamonds were tied and then bound with string while the darker diamonds were tied and not bound.  Binding and not binding give two different effects which was used to great artistic advantage here.

Itajime Shibori - diamond shapes were tied and then bound with string and dyed

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