Mizu- Jacquard Weaving
An introductory course on jacquard weaving during a semester spent at the Tama Art University, Tokyo. My inspiration was ocean waves depicted in a style characteristic of Japan. Mizu means water in Japanese and double tone Indian indigo dyed yarn was used as weft for the single weave. 
A preliminary sketch was scanned and cleaned on Photoshop to depict the distribution of warp and weft in white and black respectively.
Parts were resisted with plastic wrap to keep the Indigo from going in similar to how it's done in Ikat.
Upon dyeing once, the plastic was removed and the yarn dyed once again to give dual tones of natural indigo.
This 3/20 cotton yarn was then used as weft while weaving.
The Final sample, 36x12 cm.
Mizu- Jacquard Weaving
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Mizu- Jacquard Weaving

An introductory module to learn basics of Jacquard weaving.
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