Shibori, Four Techniques, Two Ways to Dye

By Angela Daymond

Shibori is the Japanese word for creating resists in fabric by stitching, folding and wrapping it before dyeing.

Angela will teach you how to transform a fat quarter of white fabric using four different Shibori techniques. You’ll be taught two different stitch resist techniques, a wrapped technique and a clamped technique.

Angela will explain how to dye your fabric in two different ways; using a blue colour water dye and using turmeric which is a natural dye and gives yellow shades.

You can watch this video as many times as you like, pause and replay so that you can really get to grips with this fun method of tie dyeing.

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About the tutor

Angela Daymond

Angela is an experienced tutor and has a passion for teaching and sharing her skills with others. She has taught for over twenty years and finds that her students keep coming back for more. Angela has been featured in many leading patchwork and quilting magazines. As part of her passion for passing on her knowledge, Angela has just self-published her sixth book, Kantha Country Flowers. She is both proud and astonished to have sent her books to over thirty countries worldwide. Angela teaches at all the premier stitching shows in the UK and also teaches regular workshops at her studio in Lincolnshire. She also travels round the country to visit groups to give talks and workshops.

Further information

Angela is a textile artist and teacher specialising in kantha stitching and natural dyeing. She has designed a range of kantha stitching kits, written several books and filmed a natural dyeing DVD. She is also available to groups for workshops and talks and runs workshops at her studio.