New Japanese cotton Noren Curtain cloth  Indigo shibori Tie

New Japanese cotton Noren Curtain cloth - Indigo shibori Tie dye wisteria and butterfly

New Japanese cotton Noren Curtain cloth Indigo shibori Tie

kumoKumo appears frequently in the ukiyo-e wood-block prints of the Edo period (1603-1868). Artisans have expanded the array of kumo techniques by varying the amount of binding used to resist the fabric, which is pulled and gathered into hornlike units. The basic binding is applied from the bottom of the unit to the top, then down to the bottom before moving on to the next unit. The result is a pattern of radiating lines against the reserved white ground.

kumoKumo appears frequently in the ukiyo-e wood-block prints of the Edo period (1603-1868). Artisans have expanded the array of kumo techniques by varying the amount of binding used to resist the fabric, which is pulled and gathered into hornlike units. The basic binding is applied from the bottom of the unit to the top, then down to the bottom before moving on to the next unit. The result is a pattern of radiating lines against the reserved white ground.

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