An un-bylined post on the Textile Arts Center blog gives us a rockin overview of Ikat weaving — a technique in which warp and/or weft threads are resist-dyed (usually tie-dyed) before weaving. Enjoy a summary and beautiful photos at the blog post.

By Denise Felton


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  1. susan on February 10, 2011 1:51 pm

    Lovely article –love to learn about different crafts

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