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Thursday December 27, 2012

Man’s juban Silk Shibori This shibori technique is referred to as mino shibori because the lines that radiate from the neck resemble the straw raincoats, or mino, worn in traditional Japan. via Daily Japanese Textile

Sashiko Kimono.  Period: Meiji period (1868–1912). Date: 19th century. Culture: Japan. Medium: Indigo-dyed plain-weave cotton, quilted and embroidered with white cotton thread. Dimensions: Overall: 51 1/8 x 49 1/2 in. (129.9 x 125.7 cm).

Sashiko Kimono Period: Meiji period Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Indigo-dyed plain-weave cotton, quilted and embroidered with white cotton thread

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Hand dyed shibori scarf / white cotton gauze with blue shibori design / lightweight cotton / indigo and white

antique indigo kimono with paulownia crest

Tsutsugaki is a method of free-hand resist dyeing practised for many centuries…

Cyanotype print directly from the feathers themselves. Even the stripes on the feathers came through. Two Feathers | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Cyanotype print directly from the feathers themselves. Even the stripes on the feathers came through.or lay feathers on fabric and spritz bleach over top for opposite affect.

Asia - Japan, tsutsugaki, technique of resist dyeing that involves drawing rice-paste designs on cloth, dyeing the cloth, and then washing off the paste

Asia - Japan, tsutsugaki, technique of resist dyeing that involves drawing rice-paste designs on cloth, dyeing the cloth, and then washing off the paste

Back view of yogi, Bedspread, 1875, july, cotton, ”Padded Kimono-shaped Futon Cover (Yogi), Japan, late nineteenth century. Nuptial indigo-dyed cotton plain-weave decorated with paste-resist dyeing (tsutsugaki) creating phoenix and paulownia tree motifs (kiri hoo). Padded with cotton wadding. Kent State University Museum

Garment of the day: Padded kimono-shaped futon cover (yogi) decorated with paste-resist dyeing (tsutsugaki), Japanese, late century, KSUM

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