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Shibori techniques

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Shibori is a trendy and cool folding technique for tie dye and I take you through 5 of my very favorites for any tie dye you plan to do.

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I've been looking at shibori (a Japanese form of dyeing fabric using indigo dye and done by tying knots twisting and wrapping the fabric) for ages and I finally had some free time to try it out. These are my first attempts and I love them! I just cut up scrap fabric that I had into squares to try out a few different techniques. You can honestly make anything, scarves, blankets, bibs, tshirts, wall art, cushions, sarongs, rugs, quilts; the list is as long as your imagination!

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Get ready for summer with these pink hand-dyed shibori cloth napkins. Have fun with experimenting with the amazing shibori technique.

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Do your own Simplified Shibori Dyeing with these instructions, 4 different patterns are an easy introduction to shibori dyeing using fibre reactive dye.

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Learn how to make beautiful patterns using the Shibori binding method using Indigo Rit Dye. ALso learn how to make this DIY Scarf Ponytail Holder.

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Kamasu shibori may have more steps than the standard folding techniques, but after a week of experimenting with various methods, I have found kamasu is my far the easiest to master. Here is a step…

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I've been looking at shibori (a Japanese form of dyeing fabric using indigo dye and done by tying knots twisting and wrapping the fabric) for ages and I finally had some free time to try it out. These are my first attempts and I love them! I just cut up scrap fabric that I had into squares to try out a few different techniques. You can honestly make anything, scarves, blankets, bibs, tshirts, wall art, cushions, sarongs, rugs, quilts; the list is as long as your imagination!

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When it comes to summer DIY projects, there’s nothing better than shibori. It’s a little messy, completely free-form, and a lot of fun. Plus, you can feel a bit like a hippie mad scientist stirring up a bucket of dye in the backyard in preparation of this tie-dyeing project. But lest you think shibori is a one-trick wonder, we found five glorious DIY projects to show off its full range. Spoiler alert: Indigo isn’t the only color you can use.

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