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Ita-jime by Elsa Chartin.

Ita-jime by Elsa Chartin.

Hand dye shibori                                                                                                                                                      More

Hand dye shibori More

pink, grey and yellow

pink, grey and yellow

This listing is for a scarf in the shibori itajime technique , made by me at my studio in Copenhagen.    The technique used for making this scarf is the old japanese shibori itajime, where I have folded the textile as a harmonica on both sides of the cloth. Then it has been clamped with wood, like a sanwich and dyed with procion. After the dyeing process a beautiful pattern of squares appears in a greyblack combination with white..    The materials is a light and thin 100% organic cotton. In…

This listing is for a scarf in the shibori itajime technique , made by me at my studio in Copenhagen. The technique used for making this scarf is the old japanese shibori itajime, where I have folded the textile as a harmonica on both sides of the cloth. Then it has been clamped with wood, like a sanwich and dyed with procion. After the dyeing process a beautiful pattern of squares appears in a greyblack combination with white.. The materials is a light and thin 100% organic cotton. In…

Africa | Tunic from the Yoruba people of Nigeria (probably Efon Alaiye beading compound) | Cotton, burlap, glass beads, coconut shell | 20th ceentury

Africa | Tunic from the Yoruba people of Nigeria (probably Efon Alaiye beading compound) | Cotton, burlap, glass beads, coconut shell | 20th ceentury

Vrijdagmiddag inspiratie

Vrijdagmiddag inspiratie

Japanese Vintage Textile Sekka Shibori Baby's Kimono

Japanese Vintage Textile Sekka Shibori Baby's Kimono

Afbeelding

Afbeelding

Shibori indigo vat dyes

Shibori indigo vat dyes

This so reminds of the wall paper sported by the lifts (elevators) in Benjamin Offices in 80s Canberra.  They were avoided assiduously by most people suffering the after effects of a  night on the town!

This so reminds of the wall paper sported by the lifts (elevators) in Benjamin Offices in 80s Canberra. They were avoided assiduously by most people suffering the after effects of a night on the town!

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