Woven Fabrics of 100% Cotton Checks, Stripes, Twill, Seersucker using different dyes of Reactive, Dischargable, Real Indigo and Pigment Yarn Dyed Fabrics, Madras Patchwork, Pintuck, Kalamkari Prints, Batik Prints and Tie & Dye (Ikkat) fabrics Etc....
The print process will be done 100% manually with using the natural vegetable fast colours derived from plants like Chiruveru, Chiranji, Mangesta, Maderoot, Karakkaya, Jajaku leaves, Indigo Bee, Wax, Karakkaya flowers, Alum, Myrobalam juice, Gum, Jaggery etc., The wonderful effect of the arrangement of colours gives them an artistic value of a high order and impart special durability to the cloth and considered to be highly hygienic.
The cloth thus bleached is then soaked in myrobalam solution is evenly dyed all over, the cloth is taken out and dried in hot sun light, The application of myrobalam will help the process of block printing with Kasim (iron acetate) to develop black colour.
First the outline of the designs will be printed on the cloth by using the wooden block for black colour with kasim (Iron acetate) and Karam (Alum) for red as a mordant.
After block printing with Kasim and Karam, the clothes are kept for 2-3 days. They are then washed in flowing water to remove the gum and unfix excess Alum.
The colouring materials madder root and jajaku leaves are mixed with water and boiled. Into this the above mentioned cloth is put and worked for 1-2 hours and then squeezed and washed in flowing water, so that red and black colours are made permanent.
The cloth should be bleached once again as described in process with buffalo or cow dung solution. The printed with karam(Alum)and kasim (iron acetate) retain the red and black colour while the rest of the cloth is rendered white.