Ana Maria Solervicens

Ana Maria Solervicens

Ana Maria Solervicens
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Katazome (型染め) is a Japanese method of dyeing fabrics using a resist paste applied through a stencil. With this kind of resist dyeing, a rice flour mixture is applied using a brush or a tool such as a palette knife. Pigment is added by hand-painting, immersion or both. Where the paste mixture covers and permeates the cloth, dye applied later will not penetrate.

Katazome (型染め) is a Japanese method of dyeing fabrics using a resist paste applied through a stencil. With this kind of resist dyeing, a rice flour mixture is applied using a brush or a tool such as a palette knife. Pigment is added by hand-painting, immersion or both. Where the paste mixture covers and permeates the cloth, dye applied later will not penetrate.

Silk Cotton Itajime super-long scarf. Panacea Textile

Silk Cotton Itajime super-long scarf. Panacea Textile

Silk Cotton Itajime super-long scarf. Panacea Textile

Silk Cotton Itajime super-long scarf. Panacea Textile

Indian Shibori Print Handmade Cushion Cover Indigo Blue Tie Dye Pillow Case Home Decor Designer Cotton Pillow Cover 16"x16" Pillow Throw by ArtofPinkcity on Etsy

Indian Shibori Print Handmade Cushion Cover Indigo Blue Tie Dye Pillow Case Home Decor Designer Cotton Pillow Cover 16"x16" Pillow Throw by ArtofPinkcity on Etsy

Decorar ropa con lejía.

Decorar ropa con lejía.

Indigo dyeing in a japanese school by Neko No Sanpo

Indigo dyeing in a japanese school by Neko No Sanpo

MAKIAGE TESUJI SHIBORI HAN-JUBAN. SNAKE-EYE MAKIAGE VAT-DYED IN BOTANICAL INDIGO, WITH INDIGO KATAZOME LINES APPLIED DIRECTLY THROUGH STENCILS ARIMATSU, MID/LATE 19C.

MAKIAGE TESUJI SHIBORI HAN-JUBAN. SNAKE-EYE MAKIAGE VAT-DYED IN BOTANICAL INDIGO, WITH INDIGO KATAZOME LINES APPLIED DIRECTLY THROUGH STENCILS ARIMATSU, MID/LATE 19C.

Adire Gallery - "Adire is the name given to indigo dyed cloth produced by Yoruba women of south western Nigeria using a variety of resist dye techniques. Adire translates as tie and dye, and the earliest cloths were probably simple tied designs on locally-woven hand-spun cotton cloth much like those still produced in Mali."

Adire Gallery - "Adire is the name given to indigo dyed cloth produced by Yoruba women of south western Nigeria using a variety of resist dye techniques. Adire translates as tie and dye, and the earliest cloths were probably simple tied designs on locally-woven hand-spun cotton cloth much like those still produced in Mali."

Hand painted scarf. Woman fashion scarf in fire red, orange and brown. Abstract painting on silk by Dimo.

Hand painted scarf. Woman fashion scarf in fire red, orange and brown. Abstract painting on silk by Dimo.

Africa | Dida Skirt Tye dyed and woven in raffia. | Dida People of The Ivory Coast | Woven in continuous circle with no seam.

Africa | Dida Skirt Tye dyed and woven in raffia. | Dida People of The Ivory Coast | Woven in continuous circle with no seam.