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How to Tie Dye the High Fashion Way

Rinse the garment (still bound) of any excess dye until the sink water runs clear. Then it’s the moment of truth—cut or undo the rubber bands and pieces of wood, and unfold your transformed, chic new 'fit.

Unbinding and unfolding the fabric is like opening presents on Christmas!

This week I decided to try Shibori dying some fabric scraps. If you don't know what Shibori dying is, it is a Japanese form of dying clot.

Shibori tie dye pillows are so much in trend now! Make your own and decorate your home with these funky pillows! Let's tie dye!

Shibori tie dye pillows are so much in trend now! Make your own and decorate your home with these funky pillows! Let's tie dye!

Shibori is a Japanese dyeing technique that involves folding, twisting or bunching cloth and then binding it to create incredible patterns. There are three techniques for Shibori, Arashi, Itajime and Kanoko. Arashi is the known as the pole-wrapping technique because it involves wrapping fabric around a pole (or PVC pipe). The Itajime style is the most classic shibori look. The Kanoko shibori style is one of the easier Shibori techniques to duplicate because it only requires some twine.

Shibori is a Japanese dyeing technique that involves folding, twisting or bunching cloth and then binding it to create incredible patterns. There are three techniques for Shibori, Arashi, Itajime and Kanoko. Arashi is the known as the pole-wrapping technique because it involves wrapping fabric around a pole (or PVC pipe). The Itajime style is the most classic shibori look. The Kanoko shibori style is one of the easier Shibori techniques to duplicate because it only requires some twine.