Pinterest

Explore Blue Tones, Shades Of Blue, and more!

Detail of Senegal resist dyed cloth, Museum Aan Der Strrom, Antwerp. AE.1955.0037.0006 1938doek (object)katoen lengte: 205 cm breedte: 130 cm

Detail of Senegal resist dyed cloth, Museum Aan Der Strrom, Antwerp.

Boro textiles were made in the late 19th and early 20th century by impoverished Japanese people from reused and recycled indigo-dyed, cotton rags.

Boro textiles were made in the late and early century by impoverished Japanese people from reused and recycled indigo-dyed, cotton rags.

Snake Ranch

Rowland & Chinami Ricketts: Untitled Noren Partition 29 4 x 4 grid of gradated circles on White ground. (Detail of stitching and bug knot binding panels together.) Indigo dyed fine ramie, paste resist x 2010

 Sri Threads - Japanese textile blog

the Japanese art of mending, “literally translated as rags or scraps of cloth, the term boro is used to describe clothes and household items which have been patched-up and repaired many times.

part of a boro futon cover…….just beautiful indigo and chrysanthemums from Sri

Shown today is a faded, patched and elegant indigo dyed cotton boro futon cover which most likely was originally made in the late century. This beauty has been reassembled from a sleeping yog…

Indigo dye - Japanese traditional method Ita-Jime

Indigo dye - Japanese traditional method Ita-Jime É muito lindo mesmo, né?

swooning with delight ... Boro - The Fabric of Life on Vimeo

Boro - The Fabric of Life. Boisbuchet exhibition for Curators: Mathias Schwartz-Clauss and Stephen Szczepanek Assistant curator: Chr.

Boro sakiori noragi: work coat woven from indigo yarns Courtesy of Sri Threads blog “…created from home made cotton rag weft woven against a cotton warp.”

Boro sakiori noragi: work coat woven from indigo yarns Courtesy of Sri Threads…

Home Tour: Juniper & Fir | Free People Blog #freepeople

Home Tour: Juniper & Fir