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Luna Jacket by Laura Hunter . An exquisite work of art to wear, this jacket is hand dyed using traditional Japanese itajime shibori techniques. The artist carefully folds and binds the fabric before dyeing to create bold patterns that alternate with panels of solid black.

Luna Jacket by Laura Hunter . An exquisite work of art to wear, this jacket is hand dyed using traditional Japanese itajime shibori techniques. The artist carefully folds and binds the fabric before dyeing to create bold patterns that alternate with panels of solid black.

Resultado de imagen para itajime shibori folding techniques

Resultado de imagen para itajime shibori folding techniques

Resultado de imagen para itajime shibori folding techniques

Resultado de imagen para itajime shibori folding techniques

Resultado de imagen para itajime shibori folding techniques

Resultado de imagen para itajime shibori folding techniques

to the Fold - Exploring Itajime Shibori

to the Fold - Exploring Itajime Shibori

file under fiber: Shibori Circles with Patricia Freiert

file under fiber: Shibori Circles with Patricia Freiert

Beth's Blog: Extreme Overdyeing -- Dyeing with Procion MX dyes

Beth's Blog: Extreme Overdyeing -- Dyeing with Procion MX dyes

tex·tiles: Itajime and Indigo

tex·tiles: Itajime and Indigo

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. 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. 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. Christine Ross