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recipe for rice paste resist used in Japanese stenciling & dyeing, includes one part bran (komon nuka): one part flour (mochiko): one part water (calx, table salt, and glycerine will also be added) and a lot of kneading, steaming and other hard work.

recipe for rice paste resist used in Japanese stenciling & dyeing, includes one part bran (komon nuka): one part flour (mochiko): one part water (calx, table salt, and glycerine will also be added) and a lot of kneading, steaming and other hard work.

Flour Paste Resist Tutorial - Learn how to use flour and paint to make crackled…

Flour Paste Resist Technique - Tutorial - Indigo Stitches Flour Paste Resist Tutorial - Learn how to use flour and paint to make crackled, distressed fabric.

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Kit Eastman creates nature inspired textile art exploring the Japanese tradition of katazome (paste resist stencil dyeing). Her work features natural dyes and pigments on natural fibers.

Indigo Textiles Decoration Ideas 102

138 Indigo Textiles Decoration Ideas

Indigo Textiles Decoration Ideas 102

cooked rice paste resist

Kit Eastman creates nature inspired textile art exploring the Japanese tradition of katazome (paste resist stencil dyeing). Her work features natural dyes and pigments on natural fibers.

Yarns dyed with cochineal, photo by Rebecca Severeide

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Warm colour palette Yarns dyed with cochineal, photo by Rebecca Severeide

Rowland uses a paste-resist method when dyeing his fabrics—mixing glutinous-rice flour, rice bran, salt, and water together, then applying the mixture to areas that he doesn’t want to absorb the dye.

Process: textile artist Rowland Ricketts uses a paste-resist method when dyeing his fabrics—mixing glutinous-rice flour, rice bran, salt, and water together, then applying the mixture to areas that he doesn’t want to absorb the dye. via Martha Stewart

Flour Resist Batik: mix a flour/water 'paste' and apply to fabric with a piping bag, in whatever pattern you want! Let dry overnight. Use thinned faric paint OR thin acrylic paint (we used regular craft paint), mix with fabric medium per manuf directions, and brush on. Layer colors in some places to mix ON the fabric. They will blend nicely if thinned out. Let dry. Then peel off dried 'paste' to reveal the resist pattern beneath! Viola! Back Gate Studio/Boise, ID

Flour Resist Batik: mix a flour/water 'paste' and apply to fabric with a piping bag, in whatever pattern you want! Let dry overnight. Use thinned fabric paint OR thin acrylic paint.

Katazome a Japanese method of dyeing fabrics using a resist paste applied through a stencil. katagami (stencils) are hand cut from kozo hand...

Katazome a Japanese method of dyeing fabrics using a resist paste applied through a stencil. katagami (stencils) are hand cut from kozo hand.

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