A Japanese ikat technique using indigo and white almost exclusively, ( with occasional uses of brown)  and usually woven as a weft or double ikat.

This is a true celebration of the use of colour and a master class in how to work with limited means–through deliberate choice, rather than necessity.

Kasuri cloth is carefully classified according to the direction in which the resist yarns are tied, colour combinations, weaving technique, place of production and design. The many, many variations, large and small, darker and lighter, look absolutely stunning when used together as on their own.


” The more limited the means the stronger the expression “

Pierre Soulages


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