Posted on September 3, 2014
Scarves are another great canvas for textile design. We found beautiful cottons at our favorite Berlin markets and set about dyeing them in every way possible. We designed & cut stamps, mixed crazy custom dyes and rewrote the rules of traditional shibori to keep it interesting. Here’s a sample of our hand stamped, shibori and batik pieces, which we had fun shooting in the neighborhood.
Categories: Berlin, Germany, Textile design
Tagged: Batik, collection, dyeing, exploration, hand stamped, scarves, shibori
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As always, so supportive. Thanks Judy. Lots of love!!!
Omg!!!! I want!
Our biggest cheerleader. Love your never-ending enthusiasm, Stef. Love you. M.
Gorgeous! I want one for my classroom!
Thanks Emily! Let us know which colors are best 🙂
Oh, Melissa. I’d see one and go, “that’s my favorite!” Then the next one would come up and I’d say it again. They are all so beautiful. Make a website and you’d have a buyer right here in Ohio!
Thanks Kathy! We are really excited about what we’ve been able to design & create 🙂 We hope to continue the exploration when we’re in India, and who knows….maybe we’ll have a small online shop at some point in the future…!?! Hope you are well in C-bus. All my love, xx.
So amazing. Love them all! Looks like you guys had fun with the photo shoot too!
We did! The parks & neighborhoods are perfect backdrops for our photo shoots. It’s been tons of fun. Miss you Cuz! xx