Posts Tagged ‘handwoven textiles’

Oct 30

Woven Dreams of T’nalak Ikat

Strip, split, knot, design, tie, dye, weave, pound, iron. Each of these steps goes into the weaving of the exquisitely complex T’nalak, a resist-dyed (ikat) abaca fiber, which is backstrap woven by T’boli women in the southern Philippines.→ Read more

Oct 02

ClothRoads Invited to Textile Bazaar in San Francisco

Mar 23

Indian Handwoven and Blockprinted Fabrics Do Talk You into Sewing

When I first touched the new Indian handwoven silk and blockprinted fabrics, I wanted to design something that would frame the beautiful scroll patterns and plaid-like weave of these natural-dyed prints.→ Read more

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