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nunofelting - Hľadať Googlom

Felted collection - Hand Felted scarves and wraps, hand knitted and hand crocheted scarves, luxurious silk scarves, linen scarves, beautiful evening accessories.

Inspirational Patterns that can be interpreted by #SICIS The Art Mosaic Factory and be created into a custom #mosaic

So excited for my arashi shibori class this Friday at lill street. Creative Fridays for five weeks!

DIY Shibori Indigo Dye ! on http://eye-swoon.com/i-dye-for-indigo/

DIY Shibori Indigo Dye ! on http://eye-swoon.com/i-dye-for-indigo/

...And Then We Set It On Fire: Shibori Folding - no 14

With a silk square an off-centre mandala fold: As many other girls, don't you just love the diamond shape .

Mottainai: The Fabric of Life at the Portland Japanese Garden 4-27 November | SRI Threads

Blue and green and all the shades in between - Traditional Japanese textiles.

Beautiful indigo patchwork blanket

thatshouldbemine: “ Boro Futon Covers “ Boro is a Japanese word meaning “tattered rags” and it’s the term frequently used to describe lovingly patched and repaired cotton bedding and clothing, used much longer than the normal expected life cycle.

This scarf just came out of an indigo bath and it's in the process of oxidizing to a gorgeous deep blue.  It's like magic watching it transform from green to blue!  To see my scarves go to www.flygurldesigns.etsy.com.

I’m happiest when I’m making things! My childhood was filled with color and creativity. I always had access to art materials and my parents never failed to celebrate my creations and nurture my lov…

hiroyuki murase – suzusan 6

This artifact, known as Suzusan, is a cross of traditional weaving knowledge and contemporary design. Suzusan utilizes a specialized Japanese textile finishing technique, the Shibori, where fabrics are folded or tied prior to applying dyes.

Technique Two: Fold, Clamp, and Dye The second workshop I took at the Kyoto Shibori Museum involved techniques of folding, clamping, and...

Technique Two: Fold, Clamp, and Dye The second workshop I took at the Kyoto Shibori Museum involved techniques of folding, clamping, and.

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