Shibori diy

Learn how to create stunning fabric designs using Shibori DIY techniques. Try these easy methods to add a touch of uniqueness to your clothing and home decor.
Patchwork, Tie Dye, Shibori Diy, Shibori Dye, Shibori Pattern, Shibori Tie Dye, Shibori Fabric, Tie Dye Patterns Diy, Shibori Techniques

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.

laurence sanson
Batik Techniken, Batik färben, Fatikfarben Pillows, Diy, Shibori Trend, Indigo Shibori, Pillow Cases, Indigo, Bed Pillows, Trending, Bed

Today I have a guest here on the blog who happens to be a really good friend of mine & a fellow marine wife. She wanted to share a lovely trend with you & I thought you would love to see this trend in design as well! Check out her lovely DIY pillow she made & enjoy her guest best post: Hi everyone! I’m Emily from Everything Emily and I’m sharing a super fun and easy DIY project with you today. A huge thank you to Liz for having me and I hope you all enjoy this post! I’ve recently

10 Shibori Swatches Origami, Tie Dye, Shibori Dye, Shibori Pattern, Fabric Dye, Shibori Diy, Shibori Techniques, Shibori Fabric, Tie Dye Techniques

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!

Helena de Almeida
Patchwork, Tie Dye, Shibori Tie Dye, Shibori Fabric, Shibori Clothing, Shibori Pattern, Shibori Dye, Shibori Techniques, Shibori Diy

I’ve been working on a commission of 4 coordinating pieces of Itajime Shibori on cotton. Itajime Shibori is created by pleating, folding, clamping and dyeing the fabric and it can be used to create really lovely repeat patterns. I often use the technique on rice paper for my own digital projects. It’s amazing the variety of patterns that can be achieved with this form of shibori and it’s really fun to do. I work on pre-scoured and dried cotton sheeting for this type of shibori. For this set…

greg woods