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Products with Shibori Technique Tie and Dye

Buy Exquisite Shibori Prints And Fabrics Online

Buy Shibori fabrics and Shibori prints online at iTokri, where you will find the best handmade products in India. Shibori silks and cotton fabrics have been popular at iTokri, among customers worldwide because of their comfortable wear, vibrant hues and crafty patterns that give it an arty and gorgeous and traditional look. Shop for Shibori fabrics, tie-dyes, soft cotton Shibori fabric prints online in India. iTokri showcases authentic handmade Shibori prints on dresses and dupattas, stoles, the gorgeous tie-dye or Shibori printed quilts, bedsheets, and cotton double bed covers with pillow covers. Visit the collection of tie and dye fabrics online in India at iTokri, to get the best deals on the tie-dye silk fabrics on sale. iTokri has the option for international shipping so that you can shop from anywhere in the world.

Explore More at iTokri

Visit iTokri for experiencing the exquisite collection of dress pieces, traditional sarees, kurtas, colourful fun stoles and scarves, fine cotton or silk unstitched dress materials to make your dresses. Try the Indian dupattas at Itokri for that ethnic chic style and to modesty to the outfit. Explore their fantastic collection of dress materials for cotton suits that add to the wearer’s beauty, fashion, and comfort. 

Check out their well-loved collection of handmade art and crafts, like the handmade rakhi collection with beautiful designs and fantastic methods per sets for your brother and a wonderful group of rakhi gifts online for sisters. You cannot miss their amazing  rakhi thread collection and other traditional craftworks like  Madhubani crafts or  Kalamkari fabrics, on handmade paper bases and fabrics, and clay bowls with tribal paintings and traditional art animals figurines, human figurines to wall hangers and a whole bunch more at iTokri. If you are looking for gifting your brother,  men kurtas; If you are looking to gift your sister, there are a number of collections available on the site. Explore their online site iTokri to add a classic touch to your households and outfits.  

FAQs

Here are some of the frequently asked questions:

1. How is Shibori tie-dye done?

Shibori is a Japanese technique of dyeing fabrics in a certain way to create patterns. Traditionally, there are six main types of Shibori dyeing techniques- Itajime, Nui, Kumo, Arashi, Kanoko and Miura. Shibori technique only used indigo hues in older times, creating white and blue patterns on the fabric. Shibori technique of painting patterns on materials can be called the predecessor to modern tie-dyeing art. 

  • Itajime tie-dye is done to create repetitive quadrilateral blocks of patterns on the fabric, and this process was done by using wooden blocks to sandwich the folded cloth on both sides, tied in place with strings or bands. 
  • Kanoko method is the most popular form of tie-dyeing as it involves using rubber bands or strings to grab some portions of the cloth, twist and tie them, resulting in unique, swirly or abstract patterns of colours. This is basically like tie-dyeing.
  • Nui is kind of similar to Kanoko, the only difference being it uses stitches to bind fabric parts together. Thus, it is popularly known as the stitch resist technique. 
  • Kumo is a somewhat different process that involves wrapping the fabric in pleats and twists around a stick or rock or any object, creating a swirly web-like pattern on the fabric.
  • Arashi technique involves wrapping the fabric around a pipe or a thick rod and is bound to the rod with a string or rope, creating beautiful wavy diagonal patterns.
  • Miura technique, also known as the looped-binding technique, uses a needle to gather fabric sections and tie them up with a string. 

2. What is the difference between tie-dye and Shibori tie-dye?

Shibori is a term that includes six varieties of resist painting techniques of fabric. Shibori tie-dyeing has its history and origin in Japan. Tie-dyeing has its head in Africa. It was a traditional and popular form of painting fabrics and America, where it was seen as a form of artistic freedom in the face of strict social norms of the 50s. 

Tie-dye involves tying portions of the cloth with a string before dyeing it in multiple vibrant colours with circular or abstract patterns and hues. Shibori fabric was traditionally silk, and Shibori prints were usually used for decorating silk for the aristocracy in Japan. Furthermore, it traditionally involved only indigo hue; thus, the Shibori painted fabrics were always blue and white. 

Although in modern times, instead of Shibori silk, we often use other fabrics like cotton. Shibori includes many different techniques apart from just the string technique of tie-dyeing. From the block shape resist dyeing to resist dyeing or the pole wrapping technique, Shibori has multiple techniques. Collect these beautiful silk and cotton shibori fabric prints and tie-dye fabrics online from the most trusted Indian online store, iTokri.

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