Krazy about Ikat!

Ikat: (pronounced “eee-kaht”) A method of weaving that uses a resist dying process similar to tie-dye on either the warp or weft fibres. The dye is applied prior to the threads being woven to create the final fabric pattern or design. So it’s not a new trend by any means, but I’m kind of obsessed with Ikat right now. I love it… I personally think Ikat is the coolest in pillow form: 2modern.com ($100), accentshopping.com ($145) designpublic.com ($58) pillowsandthrows.com ($120) kokocompany.com ($74) claytongrayhome.com

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Fun with Fabric

I’ve been on a hunt for something to brighten up our living room walls, but didn’t want to frame yet another vacation photo. In my previous quest for Ikat, I came across some pretty great fabric websites…. some designs so damn pretty they can serve as wall art all by themselves! I love it… Suzani Fabric Inspired by Uzbek Folk Art www.calicocorners.com www.donghia.com Damask Fabric Great for mixing and matching. I personally prefer the black and white patterns over the colored ones. warehousefabrics.com rebekahwestover.blogspot.com Geometric Fabric One

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