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a delicate process of dyeing using wax-resistant designs which are stamped (chap) on to 100% rayon material. Once the wax has hardened, the material is dyed using various techniques to achieve the famous textured batik look.


One-Process

Our One-Process batik sarong is an entry level sarong with the idea of providing you with the most affordable product. We still use the same high quality grade of material and imported dyes so you can be sure of the quality. The sarongs weigh approximately 220 grams and have a length of 175 - 178 cm, with a width of 120 - 122 cm. We carry Full and Half size sarongs in stock, in assorted stamps and colorways as shown below. The One-Process sarong can also be ordered in a children's size and you may also special order color and stamps to meet your individual needs.

 
Two-Process
Our Two-Process batik sarong allows another depth and dimension of color and designs. The first dyeing process is carried out before the material has been stamped with the color resistant wax chap. We still use a high quality grade of material and imported dyes so you can be sure of the quality. The sarongs weigh approximately 220 grams and have a length of 175 - 178 cm, with a width of 120 - 122 cm. We carry Full and Half size sarongs in stock, in assorted stamps and colorways as shown below. The Two-Process sarong can also be ordered in a children's size and you may also special order color and stamps to meet your individual needs.


more information :  http://www.sarongsite.com








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10 responses to "Indonesia Handicraft : batik"

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    simple way of dyeing the cloth with designs.

     
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