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Workshop verven met plantaardige Indigo, Sashiko, Shibori & Sakiori in Rotterdam, 20 April 2014 duurzame stoffen en garens:

Workshop verven met plantaardige Indigo, Sashiko, Shibori & Sakiori in Rotterdam

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.

Nautilus fiber arts: shibori, indigo dyed

Nautilus fiber arts: shibori, indigo dyed-try soy wax resist

Aizome/shibori/indigo hand dye: Mokume (wood grain) shibori pattern by Little m Blue.

Dye watercolor paper with shibori patterns, pin looks and style guidance on top /shibori/indigo hand dye: Mokume (wood grain) shibori pattern by Little m Blue.

INDIGO SHIBORI KOSHIMAKI, Japan, early Showa (c.1930), 116x62cm. The common Engl:sh translation of the Japanese word shibori is \"tie-dye\"; however, a more accurate translation is \"shaped-resist dyeing,\" which describes the inherent patterning ... | rugrabbit.com

INDIGO SHIBORI KOSHIMAKI, Japan, early Showa The common Engl:sh translation of the Japanese word shibori is \"tie-dye\"; however, a more accurate translation is \"shaped-resist dyeing,\" which describes the inherent patterning .

japanese Indigo dye shibori cotton kimono textile

japanese Indigo dye shibori cotton kimono textile - hmmm maybe there are some cool fabrics at the kimono place to play with?

Clamp resist sekka Shibori, 2nd quarter of the 20th Century Esther Fitzgerald Rare Textiles

Esther Fitzgerald Rare Textiles, Clamp resist sekka Shibori quarter of the Century Lit: Shibori, the inventive Art of Japanese Shaped Resist Dying by Wado, Kellog-Rice and Barton

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