FOLK HERITAGE

7 SHIBORI TECHNIQUES TO ADMIRE

HERITAGE FABRIC DYEING....FROM JAPAN Let's continue our talks on Shibori legacy which is a classic example of handmade Japanese craftsmanship. Running over the centuries, “SHIBORI” art is well preserved in rich Japanese tradition and an integral part of their textile culture. The overall process involved in creating a shibori dyed fabric is extremely ingenious. Folding,… Continue reading 7 SHIBORI TECHNIQUES TO ADMIRE

ECO-DESIGNS, FOLK HERITAGE

“SHIBORI”

Very particular to Japan, Shibori is a manual resist dyeing technique which has now became a synonym for fabric manipulation and dying found worldwide. This technique is distinctive in its style and can not be simply thought as "tie-and-dye". The terminologies are Japanese and thus in most of the languages there is no equivalent term for Shibori and its different techniques. It differs from other dying techniques like ikat, batik, ajrakh, bogolanfini and tsutsugaki and all the shibori traditions together promotes resist dyeing showcasing range of aesthetics, heritage and cultural diversity......