Yuli *

Yuli *

London, England / environmental social artist designer maker ~ folk art inspired exploration of slow textile practices
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Hand embroidery on natural linen. - Adipocere. Artists on tumblr

Psychopomp [noun] A conductor of souls to the afterworld. Etymology: from Greek psukhopompos, from psukhē ‘soul’ + pompos 'conductor’. Hand embroidery on natural linen.

Antique linen white pants/Japanese by SASAKIYOHINTEN on Etsy

Antique linen white pants/Japanese by SASAKIYOHINTEN on Etsy

Antique linen white coat/handmade by French by SASAKIYOHINTEN

Antique linen white coat/handmade by French

From:Ukraine,early 20th century(1900's-1920's) Material:Linen Sasaki Yohinten

From:Ukraine,early Material:Linen Sasaki Yohinten

vintage Japanese…

tokyo-fashion: “ Pretty skirts and pants made of vintage hand-dyed Japanese tenugui fabric by independent designers SASAKI-JIRUSHI.

鶴:In Japan, a crane and the tortoise are long-lived symbols.

FOR KELLY 鶴:In Japan, a crane and the tortoise are long-lived symbols.

Kasuri (絣?) is a Japanese word for fabric that has been woven with fibers dyed specifically to create patterns and images in the fabric. It is an ikat (resist-dyeing) technique. The patterns are characterized by a blurred or brushed appearance.[1] The warp and weft threads are resist-dyed in specific patterns. Prior to dyeing, sections of the warp and weft yarns are tightly wrapped with thread to protect them from the dye. When woven together, the undyed areas interlace to form patterns…

1 = yard 2 = 1 yard 3 = 1 yard 4 = 2 yards Beautifully soft cotton ikat hand loomed in off-white and indigo/navy blue.

detail of BASHO-FU AND HEMP KIMONO. HAND-KNOTTED, HANDWOVEN  BASHO-FU BANANA FIBER,  KASURI-RESISTED COMMERCIAL HEMP THREADS  BOTH DYED WITH RYUKYU INDIGO (Strobilanthes cusia)  EARLY 20C

detail of BASHO-FU AND HEMP KIMONO. HAND-KNOTTED, HANDWOVEN BASHO-FU BANANA FIBER, KASURI-RESISTED COMMERCIAL HEMP THREADS BOTH DYED WITH RYUKYU INDIGO (Strobilanthes cusia) EARLY 20C

patternbase:    Ben Banayan   Japanese indigo resist-dyed long cotton textile strip (almost 12 feet long by 13” wide)

A/W patternbase: Ben Banayan Japanese indigo resist-dyed long cotton textile strip (almost 12 feet long by wide)