NO WALK-INS. Due to so many deaths of those near and dear to us, and so many we know suffering from COVID-19 right now, we are NOT doing curbside or in store pickup until Jan. 29. We are trying to lessen as much risk as we can.
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Oh, how we love batiks! A special wax-resist dyeing technique gives these fabrics an organic, almost tie-dye or watercolor-like look. Because of how they're made, no two batik prints are the same — and the fabrics are reversible! Batik is an Indonesian technique of wax-resist dyeing applied to whole cloth. This technique originated from Java, Indonesia. Batik is made either by drawing dots and lines of the resist with a spouted tool called a tjanting, or by printing the resist with a copper stamp called a cap.
You'll find batiks in every color of the rainbow and lots of different prints, yet they're all recognizable by that gorgeous, arty watercolor effect. Batiks play well together, but they're also a great element to throw into an eclectic mix.
We have a very large sellection (at or near 1000) of hand-dyed batiks, both collections and recurring fabrics. Come over and check out our wide array!