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Tesuji X Nui Combo Shibori 2 with Kakishibu Alumni 2-Day Workshop Day 2 of 2

November 19 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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Shibori-Alumni Hybrid Workshop, on two Saturdays, three hours each from 15:00-18:00 PST on 12 and 19 November 2022

Hiroshi Murase, Master Arimatsu Shibori Artisan, will teach from Japan.

Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada will moderate and translate the workshop from the Murase Studio in Arimatsu.

Tesuji Shibori involves hand-pleating, and the Arimatsu artisans have been ingenious in innovating a variety of ways to create dynamic designs on cotton yukata, kimono, and tenugui.

Ori-nui Shibori, folded-edge stitch-resist thread is drawn tightly before dyeing. Process illustrations are found in the book “Shibori: The Inventive Art of Japanese Shaped Resist Dyeing” by Wada, Rice, and Barton. (c)1983

Kakishibu (persimmon tannin) in a unique concentrated powder form is available for the workshop to combine with indigo blue.

Workshop Registration Info

Workshop fee: $375 (WSN members $360). WSN members: check for your member DISCOUNT CODE on your members dashboard.

After the workshop, go to SFTV to rent streamed recordings of this workshop for 90 days, free of charge. The code for free rental will be provided in the registration confirmation email from Eventbrite.

Prerequisites

Tesuji & Nui Shibori. Learn both techniques on SFTV. Rent any workshop and get a free one year subscription to SFTV.

Tools you will need:

For Tesuji: Tesuji Stand PDFstainless steel shibori stand and/or a tesuji stand (or make your own with a PVC-pipe), shibori binding thread on a cone, and a long wooden dowel (medium diameter). Remember a C-clamp to secure the shibori or PVC-pipe tesuji stand to a table.

To purchase some of these items, go to the SFS online shop, use DISCOUNT CODES that you will receive on your Eventbrite REGISTRATION RECEIPT. We are offering a 50% discount on the items below:

Documents and PowerPoint presentations will be shared with students. During the week between the two sessions, you will be given assignments. You may ask questions by emailing info[@]shibori.org with a subject line: “Question for the Combo Shibori 2″ or by using our SFS Shibori_Indigo Facebook Group.