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SHIBORI. Some of the binding has been removed, showing the resist dyed fabric. / La tecnica base di "Tesuji Shibori" (te-mano; suji-pieghe) prevede la plissettatura a mano del tessuto in pieghe di piccola dimensione (1-1,5 cm), quindi la legatura stretta con il filo, al fine di creare le aree di riserva. Solo la parte di tessuto esposto risulterà tinto. Il tessuto così preparato viene sottoposto al bagno di tintura, quindi fatto asciugare. Infine si procede alla rimozione del filo. By Lucia…

SHIBORI. Some of the binding has been removed, showing the resist dyed fabric. / La tecnica base di "Tesuji Shibori" (te-mano; suji-pieghe) prevede la plissettatura a mano del tessuto in pieghe di piccola dimensione (1-1,5 cm), quindi la legatura stretta con il filo, al fine di creare le aree di riserva. Solo la parte di tessuto esposto risulterà tinto. Il tessuto così preparato viene sottoposto al bagno di tintura, quindi fatto asciugare. Infine si procede alla rimozione del filo. By Lucia…

Lovely Arashi Shibori scarf from Anne Selby

Lovely Arashi Shibori scarf from Anne Selby

Joanna Fowles Textile Print and Dye Workshop hosted by Harvest Workroom, Melbourne.

Joanna Fowles Textile Print and Dye Workshop hosted by Harvest Workroom, Melbourne.

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stunning

Anne Selby 'Fibonacci Boa F047' (Detail)

Anne Selby 'Fibonacci Boa F047' (Detail)

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ShiboriJuban1h

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SilkChiffonIndigoPersimmonStitching

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"Wring, press and twist" is the English translation of the Japanese verb Shiboru. This photo is from Suzusan which is a Japanese textiles company who use tradition shibori methods to create decorative fabrics. Many of their fabrics have a rhythmical patterned design due to the repetitive way that the fabric has been manipulated before dyeing. The work of Suzusan has already featured in collections by designers such as Junya Watanabe, Calvin Klein, Issey Miyake and Yohji Yamamoto.

"Wring, press and twist" is the English translation of the Japanese verb Shiboru. This photo is from Suzusan which is a Japanese textiles company who use tradition shibori methods to create decorative fabrics. Many of their fabrics have a rhythmical patterned design due to the repetitive way that the fabric has been manipulated before dyeing. The work of Suzusan has already featured in collections by designers such as Junya Watanabe, Calvin Klein, Issey Miyake and Yohji Yamamoto.

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