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Shibori - Okkochi zome hand-dye technique (Little m Blue)

Shibori - Okkochi zome hand-dye technique (Little m Blue)

M.Y. garden | Youliana Manoleva - Alberelli – ingenuo - lana vintage Armani, impressione diretta di materiale vegetale. wool, botanical print. #wool #natural #dyes #print#natural #dyes #print #plants #accessories #mygarden

M.Y. garden | Youliana Manoleva - Alberelli – ingenuo - lana vintage Armani, impressione diretta di materiale vegetale. wool, botanical print. #wool #natural #dyes #print#natural #dyes #print #plants #accessories #mygarden

DIY sock owl

DIY sock owl

MOKUME SHIBORI VARIATION . HANDSPUN, HANDWOVEN COTTON  VAT-DYED IN BOTANICAL INDIGO  EARLY/MID 20C

MOKUME SHIBORI VARIATION . HANDSPUN, HANDWOVEN COTTON VAT-DYED IN BOTANICAL INDIGO EARLY/MID 20C

Process for creating a small decorative spot in shibori. On a diagonal grid pinch and fold the fabric and stitch two short rows of stitches. Pull up and dye. By Townhill Studio.

Process for creating a small decorative spot in shibori. On a diagonal grid pinch and fold the fabric and stitch two short rows of stitches. Pull up and dye. By Townhill Studio.

Kumo shibori. Highly recommend website, many examples and tutorials: Tetsukuri

Kumo shibori. Highly recommend website, many examples and tutorials: Tetsukuri

IMG_1078.JPG by belleepoque, via Flickr

IMG_1078.JPG by belleepoque, via Flickr

Ammonite design in shibori by Annabel Wilson. Top shows outline stitching and below the finished design.Townhill Studio

Ammonite design in shibori by Annabel Wilson. Top shows outline stitching and below the finished design.Townhill Studio

Creating a bird with shibori stitch resist. This little wren has been constructed from mainly ori nui and maki age shibori stitches. The eye from overstitch embroidery stitches densely stitched. The top photo shows the various stitches before the fabric is pulled up and dyed. All a little bit fiddly on the fingers but worth it. Townhill Studio will publish a detailed blog on creating birds.

Creating a bird with shibori stitch resist. This little wren has been constructed from mainly ori nui and maki age shibori stitches. The eye from overstitch embroidery stitches densely stitched. The top photo shows the various stitches before the fabric is pulled up and dyed. All a little bit fiddly on the fingers but worth it. Townhill Studio will publish a detailed blog on creating birds.

Several Types of Shibori Techniques:  1. Mokume Shibori: use a running stitch creates lines & folded with accordion fold; creates sand like pattern with dye. 2. Arashi Shibori: wrapping fabric around pipe, then wrapping with ties that act like a resist; creates stormy chaotic pattern. 3. Kanoko Shibori: binding technique: bound rock into fabric with elastic band. 4. Itajime Shibori: folding-resist dyeing technique, this requires that you accordion fold your fabric and then wrapping with…

Several Types of Shibori Techniques: 1. Mokume Shibori: use a running stitch creates lines & folded with accordion fold; creates sand like pattern with dye. 2. Arashi Shibori: wrapping fabric around pipe, then wrapping with ties that act like a resist; creates stormy chaotic pattern. 3. Kanoko Shibori: binding technique: bound rock into fabric with elastic band. 4. Itajime Shibori: folding-resist dyeing technique, this requires that you accordion fold your fabric and then wrapping with…