so since using this blog to compile images worked so well last time... lets use it for this too
"Creating design and imagery through the use of colour – painting, block printing, batik, plangi, tie-dye (shibori), ikat"
block printing: originated in asia; multiple blocks used for multi-layered colors; can be done by stamping (usually with fabrics), rubbing (paper & cloth), or with a press
batik: originated in indonesia; done using was resist on fabric, then dye; colors can be layered with addition of wax after each dye
plangi: originated in peru; tie-dye; fabric is bunched and bound before it is dyed
shibori: japanese origins; similar to plangi - bunch, bind, stitch, fold, twist, compress, or cap cloth before dying; these variations are called: kanoko, miura, kumo, nui, arashi, itajime
ikat: common to many cultures (indonesian, many south american countries, asia, india); dye & weaving technique - dye either warp or weft threads first, then weave them into a pattern