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Shibori

I’ve long been interested in the Shibori technique and found this blog post so interesting!  So interesting, in fact, I wanted to share the beautiful images and information on my blog. This is a guest post by Kim of Flextiles. … Continue reading

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Anemone

After knitting a scarf in garter stitch with Kauni’s 140Effektgarn http://www.kauni.com, using a size 10-1/2 needle, I decided to add wooden beads of various sizes for resists.  After the fulling process, I was amazed at the sculptural piece of textile that … Continue reading

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Opposites Do Attract: Nuno Felt Meets Shibori

Many times, one idea leads to another idea, which opens up a plethora of possibilities.  That’s what happened when I, knitorious, decided to combine the technique of nuno felting and the art of shibori.  The manipulation of wool fibers with a woven structure along … Continue reading

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Shibori

Shibori is a Japanese term for several methods of dyeing cloth with a pattern by binding, stitching, folding, tucking, compressing it or capping.  The  manipulating of the cloth, resists the dye, which decorates the surface with pattern. The same can … Continue reading

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