Most of my curved stitched shibori for this week is based on the traditional Japanese larch or Karamatsu design. This traditional design is stitched on single folds in the fabric to produce alternating rows of concentric circles. When doing the stitching for the larch design, the threads can be either tied off after each set of concentric semicircles, or the threads can be carried across the entire width.
My first modified "larch" design was on a long and narrow piece of silk habotai with blue colorhue dye. For this design I added a single semi-circle in between for fun and only did 1 row of circles: