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Indigo patterns, Japan

Marina Kappos in Fujino: "Bryan introduces me to the indigo dye by showing me…

Japanese Textile Workshops  日本のテキスタイル ワークショップ - This piece is sooooooo gorgeous. I come back to this blog over and over again. That man is living the dream

Japanese Textile Workshops 日本のテキスタイル ワークショップ: What to do when visiting Japan…

Indigo Dyeing Vats, Yoshio Mori indigo dye workshop in Kyoto, Japan | Mori-san is a 4th generation dyer whose family has been living and working on this same property for 140 years. Photo by Carol Flisak

Indigo Dyeing Vats, Yoshio Mori indigo dye workshop in Kyoto, Japan

Honeycomb Shibori Block — Natural Dye Kits

Information and DIY Shibori and Indigo instructions. FAQ about how to make an indigo vat.

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Detail of stunning indigo stitched and bound resist piece shown by Joss Graham at the London Antique Rug and Textile Art Fair. Joss said it was made in Indonesia using the tritik technique – aka nui shibori stitch resist. The stitch resist border surrounded an area of white dots on blue created by binding, with a white central elliptical area, presumably created by capping (some of the threads from the stitching were still present). Flextiles

indonesian indigo stitched and bound resist piece shown by joss graham at the london antique rug and textile art fair.

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