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Lynda here again. One of the techniques I wanted try in Cheryl Rezendes' Fabric Surface Design book was using Dye-Na-Flow with folding tec.

Now for a Mandala fold, take a square piece of fabric, fold it in quarts and further in eights:         Try to fold the remaining part in...

And Then We Set It On Fire: Shibori Folding - no 10 Saved because other pins beneath this one are terrific!

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If asked to think of tie-dye techniques, most people could probably come up with the basic spiral or the classic bullseye.

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This influenced my idea for my final outcome, by using the fabric from my continuous pattern design. I like the used of graphic images on fabric.

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

Finnfactor design: Linen Baby Wrap Sekka Shibori Dye: Part 2

Finnfactor design: Linen Baby Wrap Sekka Shibori Dye: (Part ** BEST tutorial with image of how pattern develops

...And Then We Set It On Fire: Shibori Folding - no 8

Ofcourse, you can add several clamps to the same folded piece, see what happens if you do this: Check the differences:.

tex·tiles: Itajime and Indigo - Shibori technique called itajime, where the fabric is first folded, then clamped, then dipped in an indigo vat. The pattern is called kikko (tortoiseshell) and it makes a hexagon shape. Christine Ross

tex·tiles: Itajime and Indigo - Shibori technique called itajime, where the fabric is first folded, then clamped, then dipped in an indigo vat. The pattern is called kikko (tortoiseshell) and it makes a hexagon shape.

Shibori Dye / Indigo Dye / Aizome This scarf has the itajime shibori pattern. This technique involves folding fabric and place it between two pieces of any flat shaped object and holding the shapes with clamps. (Little m Blue)

Shibori Dye / Indigo Dye / Aizome This scarf has the itajime shibori pattern. This technique involves folding fabric and place it between two pieces of any flat shaped object and holding the shapes with clamps. (Little m Blue) Más

Clamping tools used for SHIBORI FOLD & CLAMP TECHNIQUES / ITAJIME WORKSHOP (previous workshops) » shabd

Clamping tools used for SHIBORI FOLD & CLAMP TECHNIQUES / ITAJIME WORKSHOP (previous workshops) » shabd

...And Then We Set It On Fire: Tray dyeing with Ann Johnston

And Then We Set It On Fire: Tray dyeing with Ann Johnston. This is a brilliant technique. Would make a good technique for a table runner.

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