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Do you love the patterns of the ancient Japanese dyeing technique, but don't know where to start? Itajime is a form of shibori dyeing that uses clamped shapes to create a resist. Traditional itajime dyeing was accomplished with

kaizen journey: Itajime folding directions for shibori

This will demonstrate the variety of effects that can be gotten with just one folding method, and it really only scratches the surface.

Our latest addition in the shop is Ana Lisa Hesdstrom's new Itajime DVD

DVD: Itajime Shibori: Basic Folds, Variations and Carved Clamps by Ana - Slow Fiber Studios Shop

Something About Nothing: Discharged Itajime

One of the first projects we did in Carol Soderlund's class was to make interesting critters from commercial dyed black fabric and va.

Left:  6-pointed star Itajime on wool /  Right: 6-pointed star itajime on linen. Photos by Andrew Galli / DVD by Ana Lisa Hedstrom on Itajime Shibori

Left: star Itajime on wool / Right: star itajime on linen. Photos by Andrew Galli / DVD by Ana Lisa Hedstrom on Itajime Shibori

Tie Dye Folding Techniques using Tulip One-Step Tie-Dye with @bystephanielynn

Tie Dye Folding Techniques

Tie Dye Folding Techniques: 16 different ways to tie dye - from stephanielynn; Each folding and binding technique produces a different look.

雪花絞・せっか しぼり・"sekka shibori" or snowflake pattern in shibori . no instructions on how they got the lovely curves. Must ponder.

Do it yourself also known as DIY is the method of building modifying or repairing something without the aid of experts or professionals

Shibori and mandalas

a quick mandala dyeing workshop post

don't worry- the copyright watermark is embedded in the metadata -from the indigo mandala workshop with Richard Carbin and Glennis Dolce

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Shibori is one of the earliest known Japanese fabric dying techniques. It is a form of tie dying, also called resist dying. The manipulat.

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