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Batik Print Saree

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Beautiful batik Print Saree.

Indians are known to use resist method of printing designs on cotton fabrics, which can be traced back 2000 years. Initially, wax and even rice starch were used for printing on fabrics.

Contemporary batik making in India is also done by the Deaf women of Delhi, these women are fluent in Indian Sign Language and also work in other vocational programs.

Technique 
Firstly, a cloth is washed, soaked and beaten with a large mallet. Patterns are drawn with pencil and later redrawn using hot wax, usually made from a mixture of paraffin or bees wax, sometimes mixed with plant resins, which functions as a dye-resist. The wax can be applied with a variety of tools. A pen-like instrument called a canting is the most common. A tjanting is made from a small copper reservoir with a spout on a wooden handle. The reservoir holds the resist which flows through the spout, creating dots and lines as it moves. For larger patterns, a stiff brush may be used.Alternatively, a copper block stamp called a cap is used to cover large areas more efficiently.

Applying wax using cap (copper plate stamps).
After the cloth is dry, the resist is removed by boiling or scraping the cloth. The areas treated with resist keep their original colour; when the resist is removed the contrast between the dyed and undyed areas forms the pattern.[20] This process is repeated as many times as the number of colours desired.

The most traditional type of batik, called batik tulis (written batik), is drawn using only the canting. The cloth needs to be drawn on both sides, and dipped in a dye bath three to four times. The whole process may take up to a year; it yields considerably finer patterns than stamped batik.

Sku: SAREE0132

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This is an apparel size guide for women's clothes sizes XXS to XL. Included are directions on how to measure and a link to a printable tape measure.

Women's Clothing Size Chart


Sizing Guide    XXS       XS       ------- S -------      ------- M -------      -------- L --------         XL

U.S. Sizes           0           2          4           6          8         10          12          14          16
Bust (inches)      31.5       32.5     33.5     34.5      35.5      36.5       38          39.5        41
Waist (inches)     23         24        25         26         27         28         29.5        31          32.5
Hip (inches)        33.5       35        36        37          3          39         40.5        42          43.5
Inseam (inches)  31         31.25    31.5     31.75    32         32.25     32.5        32.75      33
 

How to measure for the right size Bust:  Measure around the fullest part of bust under arms with arms relaxed down at sides.
Waist: Measure around natural waistline which appears as crease when bending to one side.
Hips: Measure around fullest part of body at the top of legs with feet together.
Inseam: Measure from inside crotch seam to the hem of pants that fit you well.
Rise: Measure from the crotch to top of waistband.

Pants Rise Guide
Sits above waist (inches) = 11-12
Sits at waist (inches) = 10-11
Sits low on waist (inches) = 8.5-10
Sits ultra low on waist (inches) 7-8.5
Sleeve: Measure from center back of neck, over point of shoulder, and down outside of arm past elbow to wrist with arm relaxed at side.
Skirt Length: Measure from the waist down. Skirts are measured from center front. Skirts with waistbands are measured from seams down. Skirts without waistbands are measured from top down.
Coat/Dress Length: Measure from the highest point of the shoulder down.
Tall Sizes: Women 5'7"-6'; sizes 6-16, tops 1"-1.5" longer; pants inseam 2" longer and rise 1" longer; skirts and dresses 2"-3" longer.