Types of Shibori
There are six: Itajime, Arashi, Kanoko, Miura, Nui, and Kumo.
You will need: muslin blankets, dye, hot water, dish soap, and some other dye specific supplies. Shibori is typically done using indigo, but I opted for more Earth tones.
The Kanoko style requires finding the center point, pinching and lifting the blanket. Then, you will use twine to wrap and bind the blanket securing the ends with rubberbands.
For every style dye, rinse, reveal, and wash. Swipe up for exact dye times.
All of the techniques were fun to try, and will make great activities to do with older kids.