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Threads of Life Gallery UBUD Bali

Threads of Life Gallery UBUD Bali

Indigo Dying | Indigo Dye Vats Kano, Nigeria via Snow on Red Earth

Africa - Nigeria/Kano, Hausa men at indigo dye pits, circa 1959

Ikat weaving in action from Adventures of the Red Headed Traveler: FIndonesia

Ikat weaving in action from Adventures of the Red Headed Traveler: Indonesia

Antique Indian Block Print on Cotton two Panel Door Cover   Mughal Dynasty  1526 - 1857 A.D

Antique Indian Block Print on Cotton two Panel Door Cover Mughal Dynasty India 1526 - 1857 A.D peacocks

Uzbekistan’s Fergana Valley is rightly famous for its ikat fabrics – which require infinite skill and patience of its practitioners

These are ikat-woven fabrics, not printed. There was a very strong ikat tradition in Uzbeckistan that was suppressed during the Soviet era. Its a fascinating story.

Detail from a Kente cloth from the Ewe people of Ghana, 19th century, Silk and Cotton, British Museum, London

Kente prestige cloth from the Ewe people of Ghana, century, Silk and Cotton -- British Museum, London

Local fashion: Ainu people costume and jewelry

【Ainu Tribe: Japanese Race】Local fashion: Ainu people costume and jewelry

Ikat from Lio, Flores, Indonesia

Pusaka Collection of Indonesian Ikat * Textile Flores Group, Lio, Indonesia, Warp ikat

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