• Image of Marbled Ribbon Variety: 5 Suminagashi Patterns in 28" Lengths
  • Image of Marbled Ribbon Variety: 5 Suminagashi Patterns in 28" Lengths
  • Image of Marbled Ribbon Variety: 5 Suminagashi Patterns in 28" Lengths

Five 28" lengths of hand marbled silk habotai ribbon in swirling shades of black, white, and gray. For favors, gifts, hair ties, or anything you please. Each piece is a unique monoprint made in our NY studio with a soft, hand-torn edge.

- five different patterns
- 1 1/2" wide
- 28" long
- raw edge

Suminagashi is the Japanese art of marbling by floating sumi ink on the surface of water. The floating ink is manipulated into patterns through the use of natural forces such a wind or vibration, drawing, or the introduction of experimental additives. Each image is the imprint of a precise moment in time when the swirling, morphing pattern is transferred to fabric. Because of this, as well as the cultural history informing suminagashi, the abstract images have a strong visual connection to natural phenomena.

Each set of ribbons will contain a variety of patterns similar but not identical to the examples above.