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  • Pavilion at North Grounds

    DIY shibori, Japanese dying technique with natural Indigo dye.

  • Jessica Rasmussen

    DIY Shibori Dyeing (types of tye dye)

  • carol small

    Shibori DIY Shibori is a Japanese term for methods of dyeing cloth by binding, stitching, folding, twisting, and compressing. In Japan, the earliest known example of cloth dyed with the shibori technique dates back to the 8th century where indigo was the main dye used. We were immediately inspired by this fascinating technique, it’s history and beauty. We decided to tackle 3 techniques of Shibori dyeing with an Indigo Tie Dye Kit, a few old white shirts and scarves, etc.

  • Lael Alon

    japanese tie die

  • Valeria Diaz

    How to Make Shibori Dyed Clothes - DIY & Crafts - Handimania

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