unfortunately i didn't notice that one of the elastics had snapped until after i had submerged the fabric. i did have them evenly spaced out, but you can see that one is missing here and there is a gap. ugh.
i made less of a mess the second time around:
the outcome of this shirt was slightly disappointing because you can see what happened from the missing elastic (the circular splotch). also, in retrospect i can see that i didn't resist the fabric tightly enough. i guess that's what i'm practicing for!
this little guy blue (ha!) me away...i love the crisp white lines. we have a winner!
here are some of the masterpieces that the girls of Shibori had on exhibit...
this one is done with authentic indigo dye-oooh...it is so vibrant!
i'm definitely a fan of the kites:
this blue panel looks a lot like how my bedspread turned out:
oh, and here's the original image that started it all for me. i saw this photo and decided i wanted a bedroom that looked like that too! the best are the gorgeous, lush, soft leather cushions they do...which i haven't delved into yet. Karen Davis and Pepa Martin of Shibori are amazing...