染 Textle Deying
Using traditional dyeing techniques and techniques that enable the production of large quantities, students dye their own patterns. Original patterns with their own colors are utilized for clothes, kimono, or interior fabrics. Chusen , or dye-pouring technique using stencils is used for various fabrics, ranging tenugui (small hand towels to double width cloth). This is a unique technique taught only in the crafts course at Joshibi University in Japan.
Curriculum
<em>Shiborizome</em> (tie dye) Designing <em>Shiborizome</em>  Stitch, pull the thread, and tie Dip-dye Untie the thread <em>Shiborizome</em> work
<em>Katazome</em>  (stencil dye) Application of the resist paste Dry the fabric using harite (clamps) Dye with a brush Hand dyeing with a small brush <em>Katazome</em> work
Silk screen Consideration of Design Completed stencils Printing Critique session Silk screen works
<em>Chusen</em>  (<em>Chusen</em>  dyeing) Set the gauze in place over the stencil paper Application of resist paste Repeatedly fold the cloth Pour the dye over the stencil paper <em>Chusen</em> work
Introduction Movie
Textile Dyeing
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Faculties
  • 荒 姿寿 Shizu Ara
  • 山本 清 Kiyoshi Yamamoto
  • 有田 昌史 Masafumi Arita
  • 藤田 茂 Shigeru Fujita
  • 川崎 綾 Aya Kawasaki
  • 木方 髙 Takashi Kiho
  • 宮下 紫乃 Shino Miyashita
  • 宮内 敬子 Keiko Miyauchi
  • 持田 世都 Setsu Mochida
  • 森田 麻里 Mari Morita
  • 内藤 早苗 Sanae Naito
  • 大友 邦子 Kuniko Otomo
  • 眞田 玲子 Reiko Sanada
  • 須藤 真美子 Mamiko Sudo
  • 横山 朋子 Tomoko Yokoyama
  • 藤生 真梨 Mari Fujiu
Student Works
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You can view additional works of students in the Deying Course on the Student works/Deying Page.