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7159Re: [Marbling] introduction, question

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  • Robin Heyeck
    Jun 28, 2013
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      Dear Elsje,

      I marbled suminagashi on silk for one of the limited edition books I printed and published: Suminagashi-zome. I used the same high quality sumi ink that I use on paper and was careful not to swish the wet cloth around too much when I rinsed it in a bucket of clear water. The suminagashi lines were silver and very beautiful. If you want black lines, though, I can't help you.

      It's true that suminagashi was used on clothing in Japan. Tokutaro Yagi, author of Suminagashi-zome, talks about making the marbled cloth for yakatas and umbrellas among other items. He was a commercial marbler at the beginning of the twentieth century. There's a copy of Suminagash-zome in the national library in The Hague.

      Good luck,
      Robin Heyeck

      On Jun 27, 2013, at 2:39 PM, elsje wrote:

      > Hi to all,
      > I am Elsje van der Ploeg from Holland.
      > I do marbling since 1990 as a hobby, first marbling, than suminagashi and now also ebru.
      > My friend Yusuf and I combinate suminagashi and ebru.
      > You can see our work on http://sumi-ebru-marbling.blogspot.nl/
      > question:
      > My question is about suminagashi (blach-white) on silk.
      > Can one of you tell me the name of the right sumi to bring on silk?
      > Has anyone experienced it ? I have heard about kimono-dress in Japan with suminagashi.
      > thanks and happy marbling
      > xxxelsjevanderploeg

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