Emanuela Saita

Emanuela Saita

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Frank Connet, hand woven wool, Shibori resist, dyed with natural Indigo and Walnut.

Frank Connet, hand woven wool, Shibori resist, dyed with natural Indigo and Walnut.

Shibori_Tezukuri_01

Shibori_Tezukuri_01

painted stones

painted stones

Shibori Dye / Indigo Dye / Aizome This scarf has the itajime shibori pattern. This technique involves folding fabric and place it between two pieces of any flat shaped object and holding the shapes with clamps. (Little m Blue)

Shibori Dye / Indigo Dye / Aizome This scarf has the itajime shibori pattern. This technique involves folding fabric and place it between two pieces of any flat shaped object and holding the shapes with clamps. (Little m Blue)

Set of cat silhouettes

Set of cat silhouettes

Hanging seed heads created using maki age and ori nui shibori stitching. The first image shows the outline stitching and shapes used to make this bright green shibori design by Townhill Studio.

Hanging seed heads created using maki age and ori nui shibori stitching. The first image shows the outline stitching and shapes used to make this bright green shibori design by Townhill Studio.

orime-3389.jpg Yanagi shibori - A type of shibori that invloves pleating the fabric tightly (every 14 inches 20-30 pleats) and binding the fabric with thread every 4centimeters.

orime-3389.jpg Yanagi shibori - A type of shibori that invloves pleating the fabric tightly (every 14 inches 20-30 pleats) and binding the fabric with thread every 4centimeters.

Lately I have had been reading everything I can get my hands on regarding shibori, the japanese art of creating texture and colour on cloth. There are an incredible variety of styles and techniques…

Lately I have had been reading everything I can get my hands on regarding shibori, the japanese art of creating texture and colour on cloth. There are an incredible variety of styles and techniques…

Lately I have had been reading everything I can get my hands on regarding shibori, the japanese art of creating texture and colour on cloth. There are an incredible variety of styles and techniques…

Lately I have had been reading everything I can get my hands on regarding shibori, the japanese art of creating texture and colour on cloth. There are an incredible variety of styles and techniques…

Shibori is a term for shaped-resist dyeing, a process by which a flat piece of cloth is shaped by folding, stitching, tying, or wrapping and then secured before dyeing. Woven shibori is a process of weaving and resist developed by shibori artist, Catharine Ellis, and taught in her book, Woven Shibori (Interweave, 2005). Using these blanks, designed by Ellis and woven at The Oriole Mill in North Carolina, you don’t even have to weave in order to work with this technique.

Shibori is a term for shaped-resist dyeing, a process by which a flat piece of cloth is shaped by folding, stitching, tying, or wrapping and then secured before dyeing. Woven shibori is a process of weaving and resist developed by shibori artist, Catharine Ellis, and taught in her book, Woven Shibori (Interweave, 2005). Using these blanks, designed by Ellis and woven at The Oriole Mill in North Carolina, you don’t even have to weave in order to work with this technique.