Isabel Grundy
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Kumo shibori produces a spider-web effect. The fabric is pulled into a narrow cone shape, thread tightly wound from the base to the tip and back down, then dyed. / Clothroads

Kumo shibori produces a spider-web effect. The fabric is pulled into a narrow cone shape, thread tightly wound from the base to the tip and back down, then dyed.

shibori kumo, indigo aizome

shibori kumo, indigo aizomeis is an traditional dying method. where the thread is wrapped around the material that need to be dyed in several way.

patrón de Kani te-kumo

Hand-tied Te-kumo Shibori Blanks by Tomeko Honma

shibori

Kumo shibori is a pleated and bound resist. This technique involves pleating sections of the cloth very finely and evenly. Then the cloth is bound in very close sections. The result is a very specific spider-like design.