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Hand-made wall decorations made from embroidery rings and old handkerchiefs hand-dyed using Shibori technique

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Photographer: © living4media / Löscher, Sabine
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Print size: approx. 11.38 × 17.07 inch at 300 dpi
ideal for prints up to Ledger (11” x 17”)

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Shibori is the Japanese way to tie dye

It was beloved by hippies in the 1970s and has seen several revivals since -- tie dyeing cloth. This feature shows you how to create innovative designs using this method. By folding and tying the cloth it is possible to create patterns that look lovely on cushions, kitchen towels and napkins.
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