so, i broke down again and spent the $30 to eliminate adds on my blog.  i had this option before but in recent budget cuts i had to reduce expenses.  i credit you my readers and customers of shibor…

so, i broke down again and spent the $30 to eliminate adds on my blog. i had this option before but in recent budget cuts i had to reduce expenses. i credit you my readers and customers of shibor…

Itajime shibori; is a shaped-resist technique. Traditionally, the cloth is sandwiched between two pieces of wood, which are held in place with string. More modern textile artists can be found using shapes cut from acrylic or plexiglass and holding the shapes with C-clamps. The shapes prevent the dye from penetrating the fabric they cover.  -Putri Hadiarto, FD1A2 -

Indigo children and thoughts beyond

Itajime shibori; is a shaped-resist technique. Traditionally, the cloth is sandwiched between two pieces of wood, which are held in place with string. More modern textile artists can be found using shapes cut from acrylic or plexiglass and holding the shapes with C-clamps. The shapes prevent the dye from penetrating the fabric they cover. -Putri Hadiarto, FD1A2 -

#100 Itajime Shibori Handkerchief

#100 Itajime Shibori Handkerchief

Unique folding and clamping pattern by Ana Lisa Hedstrom. From the workshop "Itajime Shibori" featuring Ana Lisa Hedstrom.

Itajime Shibori: Folds and Clamps

Unique folding and clamping pattern by Ana Lisa Hedstrom. From the workshop "Itajime Shibori" featuring Ana Lisa Hedstrom.

Hand dyed quilter’s fabric   This fabric is the result of a class I took on itajime shibori – folding and clamping fabric before dyeing. It resulted in some spectacular fabrics wit…

Hand dyed quilter’s fabric This fabric is the result of a class I took on itajime shibori – folding and clamping fabric before dyeing. It resulted in some spectacular fabrics wit…

In this cotton apron, the pattern is a bit more complex than sekka: this pattern is very traditional and very Japanese, and is called asa-no-ha or a stylized hemp leaf. Sri Threads

In this cotton apron, the pattern is a bit more complex than sekka: this pattern is very traditional and very Japanese, and is called asa-no-ha or a stylized hemp leaf. Sri Threads

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