Dor : The Nui Shibori Series

Dor series is a hand tie-dye pre-cut fabric yardage collection in cotton modal in array of colors. Designed and made in collaboration with artisans of Rajasthan.

Our curation is a blend of timeless craft technique, modern designs, flowy drape and soft hand feel of the fabric makes it an appropriate choice for flamboyant fashion.

The pre-cut nui shibori/ needle shibori fabric yardage is suitable for making it into varied clothing categories – dresses, coord sets, bottomwear etc.

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Sunshine – This hand tie-dye pre-cut cotton modal fabric yardage in nui shibori has sun and clouds motifs all over.

The bright sunshine yellow pe-cut nui shibori fabric yardage can be made into a casual dress for brunch or beachwear to indulge in some relaxing light therapy!

Product Details

Title – Nui Shibori Cotton Modal Pre-cut fabric

Weaving Technique – Machine Weaving

Surface Ornamentation – Hand Tie-Dye

Fabric – Cotton Modal

Color – Sunshine Yellow

Zari – No

Dye – VAT Dyes

Length – 2.5 Meters

Width – 43 to 44 inches

Wash care – Hand wash/ Gentle machine wash with mild detergent. Dry in shade.


Unevenness or irregularity in dyeing is the characteristic mark of artisanal products.

Product pictures are without any filters but appearance of color may vary in shade from screen to screen or even image to image due to variation in natural lighting. Note: First picture is closest to the actual product color.

More about art & artisans

Shibori from Japan is a manual resist tie-dye technique used on textiles in any shape that can stitched up. The craft was introduced to India, supposedly by noble laureate, Rabindranath Tagore in the 20th century. The craft is practiced in India, by artisanal communities based in Rajasthan, Delhi and Gujarat.

Nui shibori is using simple running stitch as a resist. Shibori involves 4 stages – designing, stitching, tightening and dyeing. Nui shibori dyeing involves dyeing a piece of fabric after tying, wrapping or stitching the fabric to prevent the dye from penetrating certain areas of the fabric. Upon the removal of the stitch, an intricate design is formed all over the fabric – be in the form of seamless geometric patterns, abstract patterns or motifs with mirrored placement etc.


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