I've tried to weave Woven Shibori for first time. I was amazed at the idea of this weave. I love traditional Japanese shibori fabric. But I never thought you could weave the tread to resist dye into fabric. I was very curious if this method or anything similar is known in Japan. I asked the director at Shibori museum when I visited Kyoto, and he told me that there was similar method called "Taiten Shibori" which actually is mentioned in Catharine Ellis's "Woven Shibori" book.
How the fabric is folded after gathering the fabric is really interesting . It reminded me of paper folding in a way. The folds come to 2 sides of the fabric and I used different colors to dye it, and here it is. It's very interesting looking. I loved it!
So I realized it is very different from Japanese fabric Shibori technique. You can use the thread to resist dye, but I found it more interesting to use the thread to make pattern for folding.
I made pillow cases with the fabric I weaved and dyed. I love how the mathematical shibori pattern becomes organic after dying.
Colors of spring..... It seems like spring has already arrived, but it's cold today.