Itajime Shibori: Basic Folds, Variations & Inventions, Silk Scouring, and Carved Clamps
In Itajime Shibori, Ana Lisa Hedstrom continues her explorations in Japanese textile methods. From the very basics of folding and clamping through more advanced techniques, Ana Lisa shows how to achieve some wonderful traditional and contemporary results with a variety of implements and dye methods.
- Introduction: Japanese Itajime or Sekka
- Getting Started
- Square Folds
- Triangular Folds: Six Point Star
- Thickened Fiber Reactive Dye
- Triangular Folds: Eight Point Star
- Silk Acid Dye
- Triangular Folds: Twelve Point Star
- New Blocks & Diagonal Folds
- Knife Pleats & Origami Folds
- Modular Pieces for Quilts & Found Object Clamps
- Materials & Shibori Examples
- Silk Scouring Process
- Dyeing Resist Scoured Silk
- Chinese & Japanese History
- Contemporary Carved Clamps
- Examples from Jay Rich
- Examples from Ana Lisa
Produced by Studio Galli; 2015. 2 discs; 4:3 aspect; 140 minutes; worldwide play; English audio.
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