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Shibori is a form of resist-dying similar to tie-dye. In Shibori, a cloth is tightly bound, wound around an object or sewn and then dyed. The resulting cloth displays a repeating pattern based on the method of binding used. There are a number of places where well-made Shibori-inspired design can be found on home accessories …

The Latest Pattern Obsession: Shibori

shibori is a Japanese term for several methods of dyeing cloth with a pattern by binding stitching folding twisting compressing it or capping. some of these methods are known in the West as tie-dye

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Small Diamonds Hand Dyed Shibori Cotton Muslin Shawl Scarf

Small Diamonds Hand Dyed Shibori Cotton Muslin Shawl Scarf

warp shibori - Google Search

warp shibori - Google Search

blue shibori linen

Shibori, Innovation, Indigo, Fiber, Velvet

Pillows made from the shibori dye technique are on display at the workshop Tuesday July 15, 2014. Carrie Crawford and her Mineral Workshop in Fairfax, Calif. produce shibori, a Japanese fabric dyeing technique she uses for wall hangings and pillows. Photo: Brant Ward, San Francisco Chronicle

Bay Area shibori artisans manipulate fabric, dye it, await pattern

Itajime shibori: This dyeing method uses wooden boards as a resist. 'Ita' means board and 'jime' is from the verb 'shimeru' that means squeeze / Kosoen - About Aizome / Shibori-zome

Itajime shibori: This dyeing method uses wooden boards as a resist. 'Ita' means board and 'jime' is from the verb 'shimeru' that means squeeze / Kosoen - About Aizome / Shibori-zome

Imperial Purple Mokume Silk Shibori Scarf Naturally Draped

A traditional Japanese fabric art, stitch shibori dyed silk pieces are stitched before dyeing to produce complex and unique patterns.

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Shibori Workshop at Palomar Weaving Guild