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International Quilt Study Center & Museum: Japanese Indigo Dyeing

International Quilt Study Center & Museum: Japanese Indigo Dyeing

International Quilt Study Center & Museum: Japanese Indigo Dyeing -- via Kathrin Dream

Japanese Antique Indigo dye cotton Boro textile by abrshop on Etsy

Japanese Antique Indigo dye cotton Boro textile 1860-1912

Hand dyed indigo shibori tie-dye linen/cotton tea towels

Hand dyed indigo shibori tie-dye linen/cotton tea towels

Hand dyed indigo shibori tie-dye linen/cotton tea towels by TheWildDyery

Japanese boro  It’s sort of an unintended art form, which highlights preservation and the importance of reuse and recycling.

There is an old saying of Japanese farmers – ‘Never throw away a piece of cloth big enough to wrap three beans’. Japanese boro (yogi back) Photo by: Jared Graves

Japanese farmer's coat - put together with bits of other garments. Unconsciously very stylish.

Boro Indigo Noragi, Antique Japanese Peasant Coat

International Quilt Study Center & Museum: Japanese Indigo Dyeing

International Quilt Study Center & Museum: Japanese Indigo Dyeing

The International Quilt Study Center & Museum (IQSCM) in Lincoln, Nebraska, is partnering with /American Patchwork & Quilting/ to share information on quilting traditions from around the world.

Buy Seasalt Golden Sands Dress, Indigo Dye Online at johnlewis.com

Buy Seasalt Golden Sands Dress, Indigo Dye Online at johnlewis.com

Madewell Indigo Dye Wrap Shirt NWOT. Gorgeous but too big for me ☹️ Never worn. Madewell Tops Blouses

Shop Women's Madewell Blue Orange size S Blouses at a discounted price at Poshmark. Gorgeous but too big for me ☹️ Never worn.

BORO TOTE - Boro literally translates to rags or scraps of cloth that were made in the early 20th century for clothes and household items. These

JAPANESE BORO TOTE Bag Purse Handwoven Indigo Dyed Early 1900's

BORO TOTE - Boro literally translates to rags or scraps of cloth that were made in the early century for clothes and household items.

A silk Devi Wrap Scarf in an itajime shibori pattern, dyed with logwood, iron sulphate, madder, and turmeric is 70 inches long and 20 inches...

Shopper's Diary: Natural Flower Dyes and Silk Scarves, from Cara Marie Piazza

Cara Marie Piazza: A silk Devi Wrap Scarf in an itajime shibori pattern, dyed with logwood, iron sulphate, madder, & turmeric

Japanese Meiji indigo dye boro noragi textile

This is boro noragi of the indigo dye cotton at the Meiji era. It is wonderful boro noragi. The touch of the indigo dye cotton is very nice.

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