Indigo Blue Shibori scarf featuring white circles that create flower designs. Some small holes on the edges of the scarf.
18"H x 80"W
Shibori is the Japanese word for a variety of manual resist dyeing techniques that involves shaping and securing the fabric before dyeing to create patterns. Known to be one of oldest Japanese dyeing techniques, the name shibori (Shiboru) means to wring, squeeze, or press. Amongst other methods, fabrics are bound, tied, sewn, compressed, twisted, and folded to form sections that will resist the dye and form contrasting patterns. This scarf is believed to be dyed in the Miura or Nui Shibori technique.