The term ‘Kasuri’ is given to a type of Japanese fabric that utilises a form of Ikat dyeing to achieve blurry yet intricate patterns. There are many different forms of Kasuri, but they all share a core method where either or both of the warp and weft threads are treated to resist the dye prior to dyeing. When woven together into cloth, the undyed parts of the yarns form patterns that can range from simple splashes or strikes to intricate imagery.
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