Print :: I love Ikat

If there’s one fabric print technique I find extremely inspiring, it’s Ikat. It’s a resistant dying technique that is applied prior to weaving, and is similar to tye dying, resulting in a characteristically Indonesian looking fabric pattern. I usually associate Ikat designs with the beautiful blue and white linen prints that it’s best known for, but designers are adding new twists in seasonal colour palates. Here’s to designers getting creative with Ikat …

 

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Above images from the following sites:

http://www.growlergoods.com/products/saguaro-tipi-ikat-print

http://www.drivenbydecor.com/2013_12_01_archive.html

http://blog.cadenlane.com/2014/03/03/coral-crib-bedding-accessories/

http://blog.cadenlane.com/

http://vasare.co.uk/tag/drawing/

http://melanieknopke.com/irresistible-ikat/

 

 

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