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This blog is no longer active but all our content is still here and accessible.: Shibori Folding - no 24

This blog is no longer active but all our content is still here and accessible.: Shibori Folding - no 24

And now, we're up to some 3D folding. Roll your square piece intoc a tube. And clamp it between those corner pieces from the hardware st...

And Then We Set It On Fire: Shibori Folding - no 12 Interesting use of metal brackets to create a resist.

Ofcourse, you can add several clamps to the same folded piece, see what happens if you do this:                 Check the differences:...

Ofcourse, you can add several clamps to the same folded piece, see what happens if you do this: Check the differences:.

Pull up the threads from their loose ends. I must stress this: use ALL of your might without breaking the threads to tighten up, scrunching your piece into a tiny, tight mass. Otherwise, the dye will be able to seep in and you won’t get a clear pattern. Tie the thread ends together in pairs, holding tightly. Be careful not to let it loosen up while tying.

Pull up the threads from their loose ends. I must stress this: use ALL of your might without breaking the threads to tighten up, scrunching your piece into a tiny, tight mass. Otherwise, the dye will be able to seep in and you won’t get a clear pattern.

A complete course on the techniques of Japanese Arashi Shibori pole wrapping.

Ana Lisa Hedstrom - Complete course on the techniques of Japanese Arashi Shibori pole wrapping.

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