Fine quality shibori tie-dye soft cotton sarong or pareo/beach wear. Sarong is a long piece of cloth worn wrapped around the body and tucked at the waist or under the armpits. This sarong is hand dyed using shibori tie and dye technique in which the fabric is tied using clamp or stitches in the required design and the pattern is dyed.
Gentle hand wash separately in cold water with mild/liquid detergents. Avoid soaking for too long.
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ARTISAN HAND BLOCK PRINTS is a curated Brand for Finest Rajasthani hand block printed textiles and textile products from regions of Jaipur, Barmer, Jahota, Piapd, Jodhpur and Akola. Experience the lush and premium selection of natural dyed products created by master artisans with traditional skills and contemporary aesthetics.
The traditional process of hand-printing prints on rich natural-colored fabrics has been practiced in Rajasthan for almost 500 years. Woodblock printing was introduced by the Chipa community in the Jaipur region of Rajasthan. The community was originally located in the village of Bagle, an area now famous for its plant-based ink block prints and the Mud Resistance (Dabu). The art of printmaking has been passed down to families and communities for generations and has spread to other areas, such as Sanganer, south of Jaipur in recent decades. In traditional style woodblock printing, a traditional plant-based dye "recipe" is developed within each family and lives on from generation to generation.
Shibori Tie & Dye
Shibori is a very well-known dyeing craft technique that involves folding, twisting, or bunching cloth and binding it, and after that dyeing it in indigo and other colors. It is practiced in Delhi, Gujarat, and Rajasthan.