Melissa Hyatt

Melissa Hyatt

New York / I am a Watercolor artist and surface pattern designer who loves to mix paints on my palette and turn a pencil sketch into magic...
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Ellen, wouldn't this be a lovely print for the bodice you are making for your dress for the reenactment? I know it is not historical accurate, but I still think taste overrides tradition

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Uzbekistan’s Fergana Valley is rightly famous for its ikat fabrics – which require infinite skill and patience of its practitioners. Because of its strong links to the past, and the independent, artistic nature of the process, ikat was suppressed in the Soviet era. Current masters (usto in Uzbek) learned from their fathers and grandfathers, who tied and died their complex warp patterns in secret.

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VINTAGE WALL HANGING Antique Silk Ikat Panel, Central Asia, 19th c., 10.5" x 3' 10" (excluding the mount) - Free Shipping

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Central Asian ikats from the Rau collection - Victoria and Albert Museum

Ikat is a style of weaving that uses a resist dyeing process similar to tie-dye on either the warp or weft before the threads are woven to create a pattern or design.

This vintage Uzbek Chapan, silk ikat robe is lined with cotton and hails from the Kaskardaria region of Uzbekistan. These traditional "Chapan"” robes are the primary piece of the Uzbek peoples' dress. They are uniquely designed for men or women. All handmade, you could wear it or slide a piece of bamboo through the arms to display on a wall. This vintage piece was created in the 1970's. #vintage #global #textile #boho

This vintage Uzbek Chapan, silk ikat robe is lined with cotton and hails from the Kaskardaria region of Uzbekistan. These traditional "Chapan"” robes are the primary piece of the Uzbek peoples' dress.