Shibori Blog Post #6

Connecting Craft & Community “Knitting  means  different  things  to  different  people.  For  some,  it  is  simply  a  relaxing and  productive  hobby.  For  others,  it  may …

Shibori Blog Post #5

Knitting Nation Manifesto By: Liz Collins, 2008 “Knitting Nation likes to play games with color, chance, and form, asking groups of creative people to act…

Shibori Blog Post #4

Using Non Fiction Text to Teach Resistance in a Democratic Society By: Kelly Welsh “Schools, through their structures and pedagogies, attempt to shape and control…

Shibori Blog Post #3

Ateget’s Interiors, The Office for Soft Architecture “We are furnished by our manners and habits. Yet we can’t knowingly possess our own ways.” Page 50…

Shibori Blog Post #2

Constructing Community Jenni Sorkin “In Local Industry, Wilson has embraced the structural limits of the woven object, and harnessed its process, creating an opportunity for…

Shibori Blog Post #1

For my first shibori sample I’ve chosen to use a gauzy, woven bamboo. I purchased several fabrics in preparation for this class and ultimately decided…