If you liked the Shibori tablecloth I shared yesterday, you will love today’s round-up! Each of these projects features the distinctive look of blue dye off-set by white fabric. Some of these tutorials feature traditional shibori techniques, while others use simpler materials. Be sure to click through to the original post for the full tutorial and to pin to your Pinterest boards.
BABY ONESIES – THE SWEETEST OCCASION: Kick boring white onesies into trend overdrive with shibori dye. That’s one stylish baby!
BEACH BAG – LIA GRIFFITH: Shibori is a distant relative of tie dye, so it is perfect summer. Store your beach goodies in a pretty dyed tote.
BED SHEET – ONE GIRL’S BLOG: Are you heading off to college soon? Instead of settling for boring white bedding, go shibori on those sheets!
BLANKET – SAY YES: The block shibori technique produces results that are reminiscent of gingham or checks, so it is perfect to use on a pretty picnic blanket.
CLOTH NAPKINS – I LOVE TO CREATE: Tulip makes a simplified shibori kit that allows you to quickly and easily make all kinds of shibori projects!
LAMPSHADE – RED HOUSE WEST: I love this application of shibori dyed fabric — a slip covered lampshade! This tutorial uses the twist technique.
NOTEBOOKS – ERIN MADE THIS: Another way to use your pretty shibori fabric is to use it to cover notebooks (or text books come school time!).
PILLOWCASES – RED HOUSE WEST: If you are already using shibori on your bed sheets (see above), give your pillowcases some love too! This tutorial features the shibori pole technique.
PLACEMATS – LOVELY INDEED: Make your stark white plates pop on top of a gorgeous shibori placemat!
SCARF – ALICE AND LOIS: Light fabrics look especially lovely with blue shibori dye. This warm weather scarf is so pretty!
THROW PILLOWS – EHOW: Indigo blue is a strong trend in home decor right now, so add in the trend with shibori throw pillows on your sofa.