Intermediate Shibori Indigo Dyeing
with Kaari Meng and French General
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03 Nui Overview & Fabric Preparation03:48
About The Class
add detail to hand-dyed fabrics.
- Selecting the right fabrics for Nui and Batik dyeing
- Stitching and preparing the fabric
- Dipping, redipping, finishing, and rinsing the cloth
Creating the Dye Vats03:40
Nui Overview & Fabric Preparation
Learn how to use a basic running stitch to create beautiful stitch resist Shirbori designs.03:48
Stitching the Fabric12:25
Testing the Vats02:40
Dipping and Rinsing Cloth (Nui)07:47
Untieing the Cloth (Nui)06:25
Batik/Wax Resist Overview & Fabrication08:32
Painting the Fabric with Wax02:23
Dipping and Rinsing the Cloth (Batik)10:05
Removing Wax from the Cloth04:51
Kaari Meng began designing jewelry for Bergdorf Goodman after graduating from the jewelry program at FIT in New York City. In need of a hat pin, Kaari designed a collection of pins and presented them to the jewelry buyer at the monthly open-buy day. The buyer at Bergdorf's bought all of Kaari's designs and requested a full collection of jewelry for their cases. Using vintage glass beads, buttons and notions, Kaari created a unique look that appealed to many women looking for something different. Kaari began designing for Anthropology when they opened their first store in Philadelphia in 1992. For many years, Anthropologie and Kaari enjoyed working and designing together - all of the jewelry pieces Kaari designed used her vast collection of antique beads found all over the world. ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
French General began as a retail store on Crosby Street in New York City's Soho district. Filled with apothecary jars brimming with vintage notions, Kaari Meng and her sister Molly began selling a French-inspired lifestyle that included textiles, notions, ephemera, and household items found only in France. In 2003, Kaari and her family moved to Los Angeles and set up French General in an old Spanish style warehouse, on the edge of town and opened up one day a week for people to come in and browse their ever-changing collections that they collected on yearly trips to the South of France. ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
Kaari Meng - Intermediate Shibori Supply List.pdf
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The class was very enjoyable. Good for beginners or intermediate indigo dyers. I can hardly wait to try. Please do some more classes. Well worth the money. Highly recommend to anyone who loves Indigo.
I love this class. What a wonderful and easy techniques, Only problem is streaming. this class stopped at least 20 times.
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