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The Regional Flavours and Global Language of IKAT Weaving

The word IKAT is derived from the Indonesian word Mengikat, meaning to tie. It is a technique that employs resist dyeing similar to tie and dye on warp and/or weft threads prior to weaving. 610 more words


Completed: Ikat Moss Mini

Since I announced my pledge for Me-Made-May, I realized I better get crackin’ on making some summer-appropriate handmades if I want to actually get through the month as planned. 1,033 more words

Completed Projects - New

A few features

A weather feature and a portrait of a professor who was awarded a Fulbright to study in India. I also stayed up late on Monday night to get some photos of the lunar eclipse. 9 more words

Daily Nebraskan Assignments

Printed Pretties

I can’t seem to get enough of these bleed ikat and dot prints this week– and here they are again on onekingslane




Fabric Plant Pot | DIY


I wanted to share a DIY that I was inspired to do by a photo on Pinterest.

Fabric-wrapped plant pots!


In the Workroom, Lately

Just a few of the items that I’ve been working on this spring. Many summery, colorful commissions, including a jumpsuit for the wonderful Brieann of… 35 more words