This paper explores three distinct and distinctive textile production methods found in Japanese tradition. The beautiful art of sashiko—a singular quilting style-grew into an art form in the northern farms. Dating back to pre-history, the bound dyeing technique of shibori was refined in Japan. Another distinctive cultural art was Japanese weaving, including kasuri, a style of dyeing or painting warp and weft threads. In this study I was afforded the opportunity to experiment and try them firsthand, as well as research the traditional methods and history.
"Japanese Textiles: Three Ancient Art Forms,"
JCCC Honors Journal: Vol. 3
, Article 5.
Available at: http://scholarspace.jccc.edu/honors_journal/vol3/iss1/5