Tagged Shibori

Shibori - Stitch Resist - Kathleen Goddu

Shibori Workshop

This two-day workshop with Kathleen Goddu on Lake Champlain in Vermont is an introduction to the Japanese art of shibori – stitched resist patterns. It is a wonderful beginning workshop for anyone wishing to learn shibori techniques, create beautiful one of a kind fabrics and witness the magic of indigo. Stitching as a way of resisting the dye has been used to a greater extent by the Japanese than by other peoples. Come learn and experience the flexibility and control you have with this technique to create designs of great variety—delicate or bold, simple or complex, pictorial or abstract. Unique effects are possible with stitched shibori depending on the type of stitch used, whether or not the cloth is folded, and the arrangement of the stitches: straight, curved, parallel, or the area that is enclosed. The principal stitch used in shibori is the running stitch. Some refer to stitched shibori as drawing with thread. You will learn many traditional stitched patterns and perhaps you’ll feel adventurous and create some of your own unique patterns.

Deadline to register is Friday, 3/31/2017.

Please visit Kathy’s website for more information.

Photo Source: https://kathleengoddu.com/shibori/stitched-shibori/

Japan Related Events and Opportunities in Maine – JASM’s Presentation at PortCon Maine 2015

 

Erin, Dori, & Shannon at PortCon Maine 2015
Erin, Dori, & Shannon at PortCon Maine 2015

To all the attendees who came to our presentation at PortCon Maine on Saturday,  June 27th — thank you!!

It was an exciting opportunity for us and we were happy to share information and answer questions. For those interested in learning more about any the events, opportunities, and organizations we mentioned, please check out the slides from our presentation, Japan Related Events and Opportunities in Maine.

If anyone has any questions, please let us know!