Burch Fabrics is extremely excited to be further expanding the Artisan Series with their next design – SHIBORI.
Shibori draws inspiration from the beloved ancient tradition of Japanese tie dying that dates back to the 8th century. The term Shibori derives from word Shibour meaning “to wring, squeeze and press.” It is a range of techniques that involve manipulating, foldng, stitching or binding cloth before dyeing in order to create distinctive geomentric and floral textures. Burch Fabrics Shibori captures the essence of the special time honored technique through the use of traditional artwork and weave effects that mimic the natural irregularity of hand dyeing.
Staying true to its roots, Shibori’s palette encompasses hues that would be achieved through the use of natural pigments; the most traditional of which being indigo. Look at other colors like Madder and Wasabi for more contrast and bold appeal.
Shibori combines statement worthy deign with exceptional performance characteristics. A superior level of cleanability is achieved with the addition of Incase giving it an astounding stain, bacteria and microbial resistance.
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