Shibori pattern

Explore the mesmerizing world of Shibori patterns and discover ways to incorporate this timeless art form into your home decor. Create a unique and sophisticated look with Shibori patterns that will leave a lasting impression.
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Hand made material dyed batik. Shibori 60 dyed batik digital paper pack: "Shibori" for scrapbooking, cards, invitations and creative projects. You can use the digital files for scrapbooking, greeting cards and other projects. You will receive: 60 High Quality 300dpi 3600x3600px , 12"x 12" JPEG files without Watermarks Instant download: Once payment is completed, you will receive your files in 1 ZIP FOLDER. To extract the files, you must have a WINZIP program on your computer

Peggy Foust
Boho, Abstract Pattern Design, Textile Pattern Design, Textile Prints, Textile Prints Design, Flower Background Wallpaper, Print Design Pattern, Digital Flowers, Abstract

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Hinata Qazalbash
10 Shibori Swatches Tie Dye, Diy, Origami, Shibori Dye, Shibori Pattern, Shibori Diy, Shibori Techniques, Shibori Fabric, Tie Dye Techniques

I've been looking at shibori (a Japanese form of dyeing fabric using indigo dye and done by tying knots twisting and wrapping the fabric) for ages and I finally had some free time to try it out. These are my first attempts and I love them! I just cut up scrap fabric that I had into squares to try out a few different techniques. You can honestly make anything, scarves, blankets, bibs, tshirts, wall art, cushions, sarongs, rugs, quilts; the list is as long as your imagination!

Helena de Almeida