Mauve Shibori Knitruben
Subtle muted shades of plummy mauve in a shibori/tie dye jersey knit from a collection custom dyed for a LA designer. Light weight, opaque, with a silky smooth hand, fluid liquid drape, good crosswise stretch and recovery, some lengthwise stretch and some rolling at the cut edge. The weight is right for a t-shirt, top, tunic, skirt or dress.
The word Shibori comes from the Japanese verb root “shiboru,” meaning “to wring, squeeze, press.” Shibori is a traditional Japanese resist-dyeing technique that has been around longer than any other fabric dyeing method. The pattern is made by binding, stitching, folding, twisting, compressing, dyeing, and then releasing the binding pressure to reveal the pattern. referred to as tie-dye in the West, the original Shibori techniques were ancestral, handed down exclusively within Japanese artisan families.
Pre-treat by wash/dry gentle - as the fabric has gone through the dyeing process, it has already been pre-treated.
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