Woven Shibori Scarf Blank - Sample Scarf B
Developed by weaver and dyer Catharine Ellis (North Carolina, USA) in the 1990s, these woven shibori scarf blanks utilize weaving structure as a resist technique. Inspired by traditional Japanese nui (stitched) shibori, the blanks are woven with supplemental warp or weft threads which create resist patterns upon gathering.
Approximately 152 x 28cm (60 x 11in). 75% mercerized pima cotton, 25% combed cotton; heavyweight jacquard twill weave. Machine serged edge with 100% cotton thread. Woven by Oriole Mill in Hendersonville, North Carolina, USA.
Watch how to gather a woven shibori blank: https://vimeo.com/79366020#t=94s
You can learn more about the woven shibori process in Catharine's book, Woven Shibori.