One of the easier pole wrapping practices is to loosely wrap a piece of cloth that's about the same size as the circumference of the pole.
On this one, I kept the wraps very loose and manipulated them to move in different directions, varying the spaces between the ties.
It took eight dips in the indigo vat to get this color.
After unwrapping the arashi shibori pole, the panel is clamped between wood boards and dipped again in the indigo vat.
The clamped piece has been dipped 10 more times in the indigo vat. The original arashi marks are still slightly visible in the background.