Woven Shibori Master Collection

Use weaving and dyeing to make uniquely textured fabrics and gorgeous shibori designs! With plenty of how-to's, ideas, and expert tips, weavers of all skill levels will love this collection.
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Woven Shibori Master Collection

Liven up your wardrobe with eye-catching shibori fabrics that flatter and fit!

In the Woven Shibori Master Collection, you will learn how to do two kinds of woven shibori: dyed shibori that uses pull threads to create pattern, and crimp cloth, a textured form of woven shibori. Use these two exciting techniques to create one-of-a-kind accessories and garments that are a pleasure to weave and wear!

Dive into brilliant shibori with a wealth of valuable instruction on shibori dyeing and crimp cloth!

See what's inside the collection:

Woven Shibori: Making Crimp Cloth
Dianne Totten walks you through the mystique of crimp cloth and what it can do for you! From contouring to everybody curve to changing color as you move, crimp cloth makes amazing hand-woven garments and accessories that can travel with you anywhere without wrinkling. In this DVD, see how to weave crimp cloth for texture in weft or warp, design drafts for crimp cloth, and the best ways to process and care for the cloth. Dianne also shows how color and crimp interact to form patterns and effects. You will also explore how to use your stash in crimp cloth projects.

The Weaver's Studio: Woven Shibori
Physical Book
Master weaver Catherine Ellis demonstrates her shibori method of using pull threads woven into the cloth to create shibori patterning from monk's belt, overshot, twills, laces, and other weaves. Soon, you will be developing designs of your own combining, color layering, and even making permanent pleats. Weavers will also love the natural dye recipes suitable for all fiber types.

Woven Shibori: Sewing with Crimp Cloth
With crimp cloth weaving now under your belt, Dianne Totten demonstrates how to create several styles of flattering, easy-to-sew garments with your woven cloth. You will see how to use this flattering fabric to easily create shawls, shirts, and more!

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