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El shibori es una técnica japonesa que usa tinturas para crear estampados, ¡aprende los pasos básicos aquí!

Cómo crear alucinantes estampados con esta técnica milenaria

El shibori es una técnica japonesa que usa tinturas para crear estampados, ¡aprende los pasos básicos aquí!

Unos estoperoles por aquí, otros por allá y listo ¡Accesorios exclusivos al alcance de tu bolsillo!

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Pull up the threads from their loose ends. I must stress this: use ALL of your might without breaking the threads to tighten up, scrunching your piece into a tiny, tight mass. Otherwise, the dye will be able to seep in and you won’t get a clear pattern. Tie the thread ends together in pairs, holding tightly. Be careful not to let it loosen up while tying.

Pull up the threads from their loose ends. I must stress this: use ALL of your might without breaking the threads to tighten up, scrunching your piece into a tiny, tight mass. Otherwise, the dye will be able to seep in and you won’t get a clear pattern.

Mozambique Tie Dye - gotta try this on a small scale.

I have about 75 empty thread spools- bet it's what she used- think I'm going to do this tonight. Mozambique Tie Dye - gotta try this on a small scale.

This is a beautiful Korean pojagi suspended in front of a magnificent Japanese ‘mino’ shibori yukata: the shibori technique is called that because it mimics a mino, or Japanese rain cape.

Here’s a closer view on the mino shibori yukata, which most likely dates to the late nineteenth, early twentieth century. Certainly it was made in Japan’s unofficial shibori ‘capital’, Arimatsu.

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