Japanese Shibori, similar to tie dye, is a form of resist dying where fabric is folded, wrapped, tied or twisted then submerged in a dye pot. The intricate patterns vary depending on the method used.
|examples of four different Shibori dying|
methods via Folk Fibers Blog
|inspiring quilt made using a wide array of shibori fabric|
|via Good Studio|
|via Desire to Inspire|
|stunning shibori kimono spotted on Tumblr|
|Love this folded shibori DIY over on The Aestate|
|Anthro Blog features the folded and wrap methods of shibori|
|Make this lovely shibori scarf with|
a detailed Martha Stewart DIY tutorial
|textile artist Carol Anne Grotrian teaches shibori workshops|
in her Cambridge, MA studio.