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Batik Print

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Batik prints are generally composed of flower motifs, twinning plants, leaves and buds, birds, butterflies, fish, geometric forms and patterns, small animals and insects. The innovations in batik patterns are endless, as there are nearly 3,000 varieties on record. The word "batik" is in Indonesian in origin, and occurs as "ambatik" in Javanese; it means "drawing" and "writing." These two words describe what it means to print batik: to draw patterns and designs free hand with hot wax, followed by painting between the waxed sections. Then the fabric is re-waxed, cloth dyed, and boiled..


LINEN

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LINEN, elegant, beautiful, durable, the refined luxury fabric. Linen is the strongest of the vegetable fibers and has 2 to 3 times the strength of cotton. Linen table cloths and napkins have been handed down generation to generation. Not only is the linen fiber strong, it is smooth, making the finished fabric lint free. Fine china, silver and candles are enhanced by the luster of linen which only gets softer and finer the more it is washed. Linen is from flax, a bast fiber taken from the stalk of the plant. The luster is from the natural wax content. Creamy white to light tan, this fiber can be easily dyed and the color does not fade when washed. Linen does wrinkle easily but also presses easily. Linen, like cotton, can also be boiled without damaging the fiber.
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Silk viscose

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High quality of silk viscose can be availed from us in variety of colors and different prints. Our range speaks of trendy colors and ensures to define the style statement to wherever these are used.


Jacquard

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Jacquard fabric is a popular name for figured woven fabrics with complicated and curvy designs. Jacqgurd products do not have characteristics that would define them by a more specific name, such as brocade, damask, or tapestry. Jacquard fabrics with a complex curved design on the background of a recognizable simple material such as taffeta may have the term figured added to the name of the ground fabric. Jacquard is also a method used by the jacqguard loom for weaving and allows the most intricate interlacing of warp and weft yarns to be accomplished automatically. Raising various groups of warp yarns as the weft is inserted form most woven patterns; each group of warp yarns is lifted on a frame called a harness. Jacquard designs are most often elaborate and striking, so many are not fabrics that form a quiet background! they are used in all weights, fiber contents, and interior applications, from the sheerest materials to carpets.