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Sun-Printed Batik

Batik is a traditional technique that uses Resist to prevent dye from reaching the fabric. You can use this method to create detailed patterns on textiles, wood and unglazed ceramics. With specially formulated Inkodye you get to use the power of the sun to develop the full vibrance of your colors and make them permanent, no other steaming or fixing is required! Decide how to apply the resist. We used fine line applicators, also try brushes, stencils and sponges. Choose your design. Flatten your work surface. Apply Resist. Finishing touches. Apply Inkodye. Go out into the sun! Watch the color develop. Details. Develop your final colors. Wash out resist. Take a look at your work! Dry your artwork. Enjoy your piece. Share your artwork.

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