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Japanese Indigo: Boro

batixa: (via Mondo Cane / exhibitions / Japanese Indigo: Boro)

In love with these indigo tie-dyed scarves from enhabiten...comfy and the color of blue jeans! #LocalMilk

enhabiten naturally hand-dyed infinity cowl scarf made in small dye lots with some variation in dye color and markings light weight organic cotton hemp jersey fabric approximately wide and long circle with raw rolled edges

African Indigo Vintage Patch Pillow (Large) / Arrow & Arrow

African Indigo Vintage Patch Pillow (Large) Loving the patchwork of indigo patterns

hand-dyed indigo fabric using the Japanese art of "Shibori" via Georgete Keszler Chait

Indigo blues

Hand-dyed indigo fabric using the Japanese art of "Shibori." The knots that are made by tight thred to protect the fabric from being dyed are called "shibori" or "me-yui"

lisa matthias combined several techniques to create this amazing fabric: stencil, batik, applique and plangi. (from the dyer's art: ikat, batik and plangi by jack lenor larsen, 1976)

Fabric dyed using a variety of resist techniques. "lisa matthias combined several techniques to create this amazing fabric: stencil, batik, applique and plangi. (from the dyer's art: ikat, batik and plangi by jack lenor larsen,

In old Japan, hand loomed and hand dyed cloth was constantly re-purposed.  Indigo dyed cotton cloth was often hand woven in the home from yarns which were hand spun by the weaver. The time and labor which went into the creation of cloth gave it great value.  It was not a disposable commodity.

In old Japan, hand loomed and hand dyed cloth was constantly re-purposed. Indigo dyed cotton cloth was often hand woven in the home from yarns which were hand spun by the weaver.

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