9 edition of Shibori found in the catalog.
Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada
by Kodansha International, distributed in the U.S. by Kodansha International/USA, Ltd., through Harper & Row in Tokyo, New York, New York, N.Y
Written in English
|Statement||Yoshiko Wada, Mary Kellogg Rice, Jane Barton.|
|Contributions||Rice, Mary Kellogg., Barton, Jane.|
|LC Classifications||NK9505.5 .W3 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||303 p. :|
|Number of Pages||303|
|LC Control Number||82048789|
A comprehensive resource for shibori. The book is divided into three sections: Techniques, Pattern and Dyeing with how-to instructions and photographs. To my knowledge this is the most comprehensive book on shibori. Develop motifs for unique textiles. Indigo recipes and ones for other dyes too, ensure a range a colours. Its a fantastic book, filled with the specifics of producing quality results in working the techniques of stitched shibori. Ive just returned home from one of her workshops where she (Callender) references her book (of course). It was intense but lots of fun. The book and workshop were very helpful and informative. High, high rating on the book/5.
Today I am going to share my various shibori inspired denim bookmarks. Elastic bookmark tutorial. To make: Elastic the length of the book plus 1/4″ Shibori dyed denim, the length of the book by 4″ (see this post for more information) Iron on interfacing, the length of the book by 4″. This book contains a lot of basic information on a number of Shibori styles- great for those with an interest in a general overview of the various techniques involved. There are a number of small suggested projects that provide more than enough detail for a beginner to get started and try out a number of different styles/5().
About Shibori Designs & Techniques. Mandy Southan takes the art of Shibori, in which fabric is bound, clamped or stitched before dyeing, and goes beyond the traditional blue and white to create fabrics in a fabulous array of colours, patterns and textures. Shibori silk is usually woven loosely to show off those lovely silk fibers and colors, and that loose weave can get caught on things like rough hands or beading needles with rough surfaces or burrs. Spend a few minutes moisturizing your hands before you start working with Shibori, and use a new beading needle each time to prevent catching your ribbon.
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Shibori: The Inventive Art of Japanese Shaped Resist Dyeing Paperback – Febru by Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada (Author)Cited by: 5. This book goes in depth into aspects of shibori dyeing rarely covered in books, like working with silk, discharge, pleats, arashi shibori.
Many technical informations richly presented in detail and wonderful examples that work with many fabrics like cotton. This is the book if you understand the easier and more basic concepts of shibori and Cited by: 3.
Shibori: The art of indigo dyeing with step-by-step techniques and 25 projects to make Paperback – May 8, /5(10). Shibori is such a huge area, with endless different styles of tying and wrapping but the book simplifies them, and shows, one to a page, how to re-create them.
Highly recommended for beginners and improvers/5(84). Janice Gunner's book is aimed at quilters, embroiderers, and textile artists who want to master the techniques of shibori and find ways to use the fabric for a range of textile applications.
The book begins with the historical and cultural background of shibori; then goes on to explain, with clear, step-by-step instructions and diagrams, how to make a wide range of /5(18). This is good reference on shibori.
It starts off with a history of the craft. A nice summary of many different Shibori book of shibori (and how to create them) follows. The book has photos Shibori book all the different Shibori book plus a lot of photos of larger pieces.
It's a great book to get if you're interested in shibori and creating shibori/5. Jane Callender has spent decades learning, practicing and perfecting the techniques of shibori. This book focuses on stitch techniques--surface design created with needle, thread and dye pot--that can be used to reproduce classic Japanese, Indian, Indonesian, African and Chinese patterns/5(48).
Shibori: The Inventive Art of Japanese Shaped Resist Dyeing Seminal book on shibori; tradition, techniques, innovation, and appendices complete with tool diagrams, glossary, etc. See complete description here on Kodansha Publications site. Shibori: The Inventive Art of Japanese Shaped Resist Dyeing A reference source to the dyeing technique of shibori.
The book is illustrated throughout and presents a complete survey of the craft, from its origins, over years ago to the latest 20th-century innovations/5(93). From the book, Shibori: The Inventive Art of Japanese Shaped Resist Dyeing.
Page Once a year, Yoshiko I. Wada and Slow Fiber Studios visits Japan, where you can see artisans still using the tools displayed above. Mandy Southan's book on Shibori Designs and Techniques is a good introduction to shibori. I have been a dyer for twenty years and find this book is a good source of inspiration with great photos and instructions.
This is a nice addition to an experienced dyer's library and perfect for a beginner. As always the book arrived quickly/5(21). Indigo Shibori by Jane Callender Jane Callender is an award winning textile artist specialising in indigo shibori with a focus on stitched resist. Her expertise is built up over thirty years’ experience and she shares this through international teaching and presentations.
Learn the Japanese art of shibori, including tie-dyeing, folded, rolled, and sewn techniques, using indigo dye. Then make one of the 25 projects using the fabric you have created. Shibori is the name for a range of dyeing techniques that have been practiced in Japan for ed on: Shibori Designs & Techniques by Mandy Southan has wonderful pictures and clear, easy-for-beginners explanations of a wide range of traditional shibori techniques.
I've been recommending it to other fabric artists. I was first drawn to Shibori from a book that jumped off the shelf at me in an art supply store a few years Size: KB. The book then goes on to describe the many and varied forms of Shibori, which produce wonderful results, as illustrated.
These include binding, hand-painting and capping, stitching and capping, stitching and gathering, folding and clamping, pole winding and pole wrapping/5(). Written by expert shibori teacher Jane Callender, this beautiful, practical book is packed with both traditional and inventive stitch-resist techniques, a complete dyeing guide and an inspirational gallery of Jane’s work/5(98).
This book is a really good introduction to different Shibori designs and how to reproduce them on different types of fabrics. Good information about dyes and dye safety as well/5. How wonderful to see Catharine Elliss Woven Shibori book revised and incorporating natural dyes.
No reason to give away the first book though (actually the second) because the dyeing information is still useful in it if you prefer chemical dyes/5.
Arimatsu Shibori book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5. “This beautiful book is a classic within the field of textile literature.
The information it contains—with clearly written text and wonderful illustrations—has been so useful to artists, students and scholars since it was first published in. LOOK BOOK [email protected] Sydney based designers Pepa Martin and Karen Davis specialise in their contemporary interpretation of the Japanese art of shibori.Techniques and projects for using shibori dyeing in textile art.
Shibori is one of the world’s richest textile traditions. Commonly associated with Japan, it is in fact a technique long used in Africa, India and South America. In this practical guide, textile artist Janice Gunner shows how to combine traditional Japanese, African and Indian [ ]. The book covers a wide variety of themes from Christmas knits, baby bootees, phone covers, mug hugs, headbands and scarves, so there is something for everyone to ng continues to be a very popular craft, and this book has a Brand: Search Press.