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Great antique textile virtual-artifacts: “ Antique Silk Ikat Robe from Uzbekistan Central Asia, circa 1850 ”

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Antique Silk Ikat from Uzbekistan Central Asian Silk Ikat Robe Circa 1850

Woman’s kimono worn as a veil (kazuki), River and Japanese maple leaves motif, 19th century, Japan, linen fabric, partially stencil-dyed tsu...

Woman's kimono worn as a veil (kazuki), River and Japanese maple leaves motif, Japan, linen fabric, partially stencil-dyed tsutsugaki.

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ikat style rug, from "Gimme Shelter" an exhibition of Central Asian textiles in Tieton, WA

A 19th-century Uzbek silk embroidered surcoat once owned by Jeptha H. Wade II is one of the focal pieces in the inaugural exhibition of the Cleveland Museum of Art’s North Wing textile gallery.

A Uzbek silk embroidered surcoat once owned by Jeptha H. Wade II, one of the focal pieces in the inaugural exhibition of the Cleveland Museum of Art’s North Wing textile gallery.

FASHION VIGNETTE: [ INSPIRATIONS PRINT + PATTERN ] KUKKA by Laura Luchtman - SS 2015 SHIBORI

KUKKA by Laura Luchtman - SS 2015 SHIBORI I did an apprenticeship with a shibori artist (Michelle Griffiths) for a year - so much inspiration!

- stitchery-UZBEK Ottoman Silk Handmade Embroidery Suzani - Closely imitated Turkish motifs, in applique rather than weaving or woodblock.

For the past decade, ikat patterns have permeated the fashion and design industry, touching everything from clothing and furniture to decorative arts. Despite its recent ubiquity, the ikat tradition has roots that go back centuries and cross many different cultures. Ikat is a complex dyeing technique used to pattern textiles by employing a resist dyeing…

All the Colors of the Rainbow: Uzbekistan Ikats from the Collection of Peggy Slappey

Birds Scarf, pattern, floral

Birds and Flowers Scarf

The Birds Scarf is handmade by the women of Self Help Enterprises in India using the Kantha stitching technique, a centuries-old running stitch used for joining layers of fabric. This stylish scarf is

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