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- An Indonesian method by which fabric is printed by coating with wax the parts of the textile that are not to be dyed; also, a patterned fabric created by such method. a dyed fabric; a removable wax is used where the dye is not wanted. dye with wax; 'Indonesian fabrics are often batiked'.
- A method of producing printed effects by resist- dying, developed in Java A design is drawn on both sides of a cloth and the parts not to be colored by the first dye are covered with molten wax, which on solidification resists dyeing The cloth is crushed to produce cracks in the wax design and when the cloth is dyed, the uncovered portions are dyed The wax is then removed by boiling water Wax is again applied to areas which are not to be dyed by the second dye and so on.
- A fabric dying process that uses wax as a resist, usually with layers of wax and colors applied, one over the other When the image is completed, the wax is removed to reveal the gradients of color in the image.
- A method of dyeing cloth which involves the use of removable wax to repel the dye on parts of the design, where dye is not desired Batik originated in Indonesia.
- Centuries-old fabric dyeing technique that uses wax to resist dyes Original designs are hand traced, then hand painted on both sides of the fabric using brushes or droppers Hot wax is applied to the design in the areas where color is not required The fabric is then dyed and the wax removed, leaving the original design The process is repeated as many times as necessary; each color represents a separate dying and waxing process.
- This fabric is dyed over wax resist in simple patterns. is a method of dyeing fabric by covering parts of the cloth with a wax design The cloth is dipped into cool vegetable dye which dyes the uncovered cloth, but does not melt the wax When the design is finished, the wax is removed with hot water.
- A paste or wax resist dyeing technique.
- A Malay word, it refers to a method of creating designs by laying downwax on the parts of the surface not to be dyed. a traditional dyeing process in which portions of cloth are coated with wax and therefore resist the dye Batik fabrics are characterised by a streaky or mottled appearance.
- Technique using hot wax as a resist applied with a tjanting tool; a drawing instrument with a cup and spout from which molten wax is poured onto fabric in a design Dye is then applied in progressive layers over the wax Batik is traditionally done on either cotton or silk, or other natural fibers A cool water dye such as Procion Fiber Reactive is usually used so as not to melt the wax Most Batik has a characteristic look with lots of darker fine lines caused by dye seeping into cracks in the wax. a method of selectively applying dye to cloth which is covered in part with a dye-resistant, removable substance such as wax After dyeing, the wax is removed, and the design appears in the original color against the newly colored background Also refers to the finished, dyed cloth.
- A non-directional geometric type design with an East Indian influence The background has a tie-dyed appearance The word itself refers to a method of dyeing designs on cloth by coating with removable wax the parts not to be dyed. an Indonesian method of printing textile A design is made on the fabric by coating it with wax to repel dye The cloth is then dipped in dye after which the wax is removed so the design appears in the original color of the cloth Often, this process is repeated for a number of colors to complete the desired design.
- Originated in Java; a method of dyeing textiles Wax is applied to sections of material which are to remain uncolored; the dyes do not penetrate wax Once dyed, the wax can be removed by various methods, one of which is boiling Repeated waxing and dyeing results in colorful patterns The lines typically found in batiks are produced by cracking the hardened wax before applying the dye. A method of applying dye to cloth which is covered in part with a dye resistant, removable substance such as wax After dying, the wax is removed, and the design appears in the original colour against the newly coloured background The cloth itself.
- A method of applying dye to cloth which is covered in part with a dye resistant, removable substance such as wax After dying, the wax is removed, and the design appears in the original color against the newly colored background The cloth itself.
- a dyed fabric; a removable wax is used where the dye is not wanted dye with wax; 'Indonesian fabrics are often batiked'.