Fabric diagonally folded (practice with a piece of paper first) stitched in a few places on the long straight edge as shown in inset picture. Beautiful chevron design is revealed after indigo dyeing. Sample made by Townhill Studio.
Experiments with maki-age shibori. Bottom left shows outline stitching of design, at the top the fabric pulled up before dyeing and unpicked after dyeing the finished design of a poppy seed head. Work by Annabel Wilson of Townhill Studio
A fish design by Townhill Studio. Using mainly mokume and ori nui shibori stitch resist techniques to make this leaping fish. So much variety from using simple variations in techniques in beautiful indigo.
Father would saw off the peg tips and attach them as arms by wire through a hole drilled in the "shoulders" of the peg doll. He would draw true face and hair and Mother would make a little clothes for the Peg Dolly… How to make peg dolls