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IKATS TEXTILES WEAVING

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IKATS TEXTILES WEAVING

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Ikat:  Granslosa monster, Sandberg & Nessle
1 Sandberg & Nessle Ikat: Granslosa monster
1998 
Ikat: Granslosa monster by Sandberg & Nessle, 1998. Sweden. Ikat is Malaysian-Indonesian and means to tie, wind, and bind. A few threads are bound together and wound so hard that the color cannot penetrate the bound parts. The bound parts are removed and the two colored thread is used for weaving. The interest in Ikat has skyrocketed over the last few years, both in Sweden and elsewhere. This book is filled with images of ikat weaving from places like Indonesia, India, Japan and Thailand. This book provides answers on how various countries have different views, traditions, and cultures that impact how Ikats are made there. Swedish. Bibl. Index. 184pps. 138 Color Illustrations. 14 B&W Illustrations. 9 1/2"x 8 1/2". Hardbound. In Pristine Condition 
Price: 55.00 USD
 


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