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COTTON PRODUCTS Catalogue. “Arivu”, 245, Sathyavani Muthu Nagar Pallavan Salai, CHENNAI 600 002 - INDIA 0091 44 64572188 www.baladarshan.com balafairtrade@gmail.com. Press F5 For slideshow. Last update: 01/04/2013.

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cotton products catalogue

COTTON PRODUCTSCatalogue

“Arivu”, 245, Sathyavani Muthu Nagar

Pallavan Salai, CHENNAI 600 002 - INDIA

0091 44 64572188

www.baladarshan.com

balafairtrade@gmail.com

Press F5 For slideshow

Last update: 01/04/2013

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Batik is an ancient method of dyeing fabric, popular today in South Asia.  At the beginning, the design is drawn with a pencil on a piece of cotton clothe. During the dyeing process, some areas of the material are covered with wax the purpose being to create designs by preventing dyes from penetrating in patterned areas.  Multicolored and blended effects are obtained by repeating the dyeing process several times from the lightest color to the darkest color. After the last dyeing, the fabric is hung up to dry and boiled to dissolve the wax. Then it reveals the deep rich colors and the fine crinkle lines that give batik its character.

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BATIKS

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CH03

CH02

CH05

CH04A

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CH04B

CH06

CH04C

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CH07B

CH07A

CH08

CH07D

CH07C

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CH09

CH10

CH12A

CH12B

CH11A

CH11B

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CH15

CH14

CH13

CH16B

CH16C

CH16D

CH16A

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CH18A

CH17A

CH17B

CH18C

CH18B

CH19

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CH30

CH34

CH31

CH33A

CH32A

CH35

CH38

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CH41

CH40

CUSHION COVERS BATIKS

CH43

CH42

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CH36

CH46

CH45

CH37

CH47

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The distinctive style of Appliqué embroidery is a specialty of the “Darji” (Tailor) community of Pipili in Orissa State. Originally used in festivals now finds a way into our home too. The Craft involves embroidering and stitching of small pieces of colored cloth with motifs of flowers, animals, village scene and traditional designs on to a larger base cloth. The cloth used for patch as well as base is cotton with different color combinations. The usual appliqué patchwork items are Garden Umbrellas, Wallets, Wall Hanging, lampshades, Pouches & Bags. Appliqué & Patchwork has been diversified into many utilitarian item like bed sheets, cushions covers, etc. Appliqué trade has turned out to be the trade which has employed largest number of rural women artisans of Orissa.

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APPLIQUE

OR21

OR22

OR23

OR25

OR24

OR27

OR26

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OR01A

OR01B

OR01C

OR01D

OR01H

OR01E

OR01G

OR01F

OR02

OR01K

OR01J

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OR06A

OR06B

OR06C

OR06D

OR06E

OR06F

APPLIQUE

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OR06G

OR07

OR06H

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OR08Q

OR08A

OR08F

OR08G

OR08B

OR08D

OR08E

OR08C

OR08I

OR08J

OR08M

OR08K

OR08L

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OR09

OR15A

OR15B

OR15C