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Indigo Murakumo Shibori

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Destination: Kanazawa, Japan

This shibori textile was made in the town of Arimatsu, where the sophisticated dyeing technique has been practiced since 1608. While shibori is currently a fashion world darling, there are only a handful of artisans making it in the traditional manner today.


The ancient craft of Shibori, still practiced in Arimatsu today, is a precise resist-dyeing technique. Fabric is folded, twisted, compressed, stitched and sometimes tied to create complex designs. Different techniq... Read More

Details and Dimensions

13" wide, 38" long. Each panel can be cut into three square napkins or hand towels or used on a dresser or table. Cotton.

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