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I've been looking at shibori (a Japanese form of dyeing fabric using indigo dye and done by tying knots twisting and wrapping the fabric) for ages and I finally had some free time to try it out. These are my first attempts and I love them! I just cut up scrap fabric that I had into squares to try out a few different techniques. You can honestly make anything, scarves, blankets, bibs, tshirts, wall art, cushions, sarongs, rugs, quilts; the list is as long as your imagination!
Helena de Almeida saved to Shibori
Hi..it is Marsha from coolquilting again...with a shorter post than last week!! So, if you want more detailed info on the stitching and dye...
Miruti Patadiya saved to tie diy
Sustainable clothing brand specialising in hand-dyed indigo clothing, block printed dresses and repurposed vintage indian textiles.
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Learn how to make beautiful patterns using the Shibori binding method using Indigo Rit Dye. ALso learn how to make this DIY Scarf Ponytail Holder.
Partnersincraft- Britt saved to Craft Ideas
Series on the history of surface design by Julie Gibbons. Shibori has been getting a bit of press lately; it seems to be never too far away on my Pinterest feed. It’s not all simple tie-dye though – it’s actually a centuries-old Japanese technique of binding fabric in various ways before dyeing, to create areas that are not exposed to dye. After dyeing and removing the binding, the undyed areas then create the pattern. There are many, many different techniques […]
The Ten Thousand Things saved to Pattern
Art by Ruth C. Day - Printmaking, Painting, Drawing & Textiles from the heart of Suffolk, England | Textiles
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Yesterday at Morley College I continued with some of the experiments I started at the end of last term, printing with an open screen on fabric that had been stitched, pleated, or folded in some way…
I mentioned in my last post that I was going to do some Shibori. If you are unfamiliar with the word, it is a Japanese term for the dye-resist technique of binding, clamping, or gathering fabric so that the dye cannot reach certain parts. The results are very interesting and often unpredictable. The traditional way of doing it is with Indigo dye, a complicated and messy process, but I have used MX reactive dyes in an Indigo color. Here are just a few of the samples that I've done over the…
ash n saved to TIE AND DYE
Overview This beautiful design uses the Nui Shibori technique to create a floral repeat. Nui Shibori is created by a simple running stitch along the cloth then pulled tight to gather pleats before submerging in an indigo dye vat. The stitches act as a resist to create the patterns. These deep indigo tones would add a dramatic effect to any room. Measurements• Each roll is 20.5" wide x 11 yards long• Repeat: 20.5" x 14.17" Additional Notes • Printed to order, 3-4 week lead time. • Digitally…
Tejasvini Dalvi saved to Diy tie dye techniques