Trending: Shibori


Hand Dyed Indigo Silk Shibori Scarf by Lizard Land // Black Shibori Oversized Foldover Clutch by Aiko Threads // Original Shibori Fabric Notecards by Cape Cod Shibori

Tie-dye is experiencing yet another comeback, but not just any tie-dye – shibori. Shibori is a Japanese process for resist-dyeing cloth by binding, folding, twisting and compressing. There are tons of ways to manipulate fabric for shibori, each one creating different designs and patterns. And right now it’s showing up everywhere in the home and on the runway.



Shibori Pillow Cover by pillow1 // Hand Dyed Shibori Scarf with Fringe by Oh Suzanni // Blue Shibori Dip Dye Pillowcase Pair by Noble & Iron



Blocked Tote by Job & Boss // Shibori Hand Dyed Indigo Dinner Napkins by Squid Whale Designs // Shibori Wristlet Clutch by Sea & Stone

  • Lisa

    February 21, 2014 at 3:17 pm Reply

    I’ve been seeing this everywhere, too! The first place I ran into it was at 3rd Ward in Philly, where I took a basic shibori class last sumer. I enjoyed it so much that I bought my own materials but haven’t found time to get really into it yet. This makes me want to set aside time to experiment again.

  • A Feteful Life

    February 24, 2014 at 11:49 am Reply

    Those notecards are gorgeous! I’m going to have to look for a shibori class!

  • Elizabeth

    February 26, 2014 at 12:43 pm Reply

    So many beautiful examples of shibori here! Thank you for including my napkins. 🙂

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