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South East Asia is famous for our hand-drawn batik. Hand-drawn batik is where designs are drawn on white fabric with hot liquid wax; using a metal object called tjanting (pronounced "chanting"). When the wax outlines are done, colorful dyes are painted in. And then the fabric is boiled to remove the wax. This whole process is repeated again and again depending on how complex the whole design is. That is why each piece of batik is unique. It is ART and you can wear it!
This is an arty hand-drawn batik sarong; hand-drawn in vibrant colors. It is hand-crafted, so NO TWO PIECES ARE THE SAME. Tie-Dye textures in each sarong may vary a little. That makes it truly ORIGINAL. Please refer to picture for more details. As with all hand-painted items, some irregularities, bleeding and dye smearing may occur.
Hand-drawn Aborigines design with vibrant colours.
Tassels at both ends of the sarong.
There are many usage for this piece of exotic fabric. You can use it as a pareo, skirt, table cloth, curtains or room divider.