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DIY Shibori ~ A Japanese method of dying fabric by binding, stitching, twisting and compressing. This technique dates back to the century when indigo was the main dye use. I love this technique!

WINE GLASS Decal Vinyl WALL STICKER Art Home Decor Stencil Silhouette SST001 in Home & Garden | eBay

WINE GLASS Decal Vinyl WALL STICKER Art Home Decor Stencil Silhouette SST001

at last!! a wonderful blue!!!!! from black beans!

Natural dyeing with black beans - range of colours blue to green (uses soaking water only, beans can be eaten) lil fish studios: dyeing with Tansy and.

how to dye fabric quick and rough shibori style -review and adapt - use eco-dye techniques - look up artist India Flint

How To Dye Fabric Quick And Rough Shibori Style - Use Eco-dye Techniques - Artist India Flint by angelita

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1. Stitched semicircles on folded calico 2. Calico after pulling all the threads tight and securing 3. Other side of the calico after pulling the threads tight 4. After dyeing with indigo and unpicking the stitches 5. Close-up detail of shibori circle 6. The finished cushion!  Taken from the blog, "Flextiles," original link is http://flextiles.wordpress.com/2011/07/15/shibori-cushion/

Stitching for Shibori Dyeing / but could also be used to "tie dye" fabrics (in this case, by stitching, not tying with rubber bands) / beautiful results!

Navy blue & cream Shibori binding pattern hand dyed cotton pillowcase

NEW YEAR SALE Navy blue & cream Shibori binding pattern hand dyed cotton pillowcase

This hand dyed Shibori bundle comes in a palette of cherry and wine reds contrasted against clean, bright white. These fabrics were created with

Hand dyed Shibori bundle by dyer Rachel Switzer comes in a palette of cherry and wine reds contrasted against clean, bright white in Robert Kaufman Kona cotton. via CapeCodShibori on Etsy

Today marks HonestlyWTF’s four year anniversary. Four years! To celebrate, we’re revisiting the very first tutorial we ever featured on the site: shibori tie dye. Lauren and I first discovered shibori after discovering an old photo on the web. The idea of recreating an ancient Japanese dyeing technique inspired us to spend an entire weekend experimenting with our favorite deep blue, indigo.

DIY Shibori

Four textile-dyeing pros share their best beginner tips.

shibori- this creates concentric circles where the fabric is tied... the untied parts are dyed solid color

shibori- this creates concentric circles where the fabric is tied. the untied parts are dyed solid color aa

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