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“Batik is a type of resist printing process in which wax is applied to the fabric in specific areas. When the wax hardens, the fabric is submerged in dye. The wax prevents the dye from reaching the fibers. The fabric is then boiled to remove the wax. This fabric-dyeing method makes cotton look crackled.”

“Often handed down within families for generations, the craft of batik is intertwined with the cultural identity of the Indonesian people and, through the symbolic meanings of its colours and designs, expresses their creativity and spirituality.”

We wash, dry and press the Furoshiki fabric square and obi before I fold and tie the cross-body bag. Every bag is hand made and unique. Start a good habit by replacing single use plastic bags with a reusable, sanitary and beautiful Batik cotton Furoshiki Fabric Cross-body bag.

Batik Cotton Fabric

  • Lisa's Gone Shopping offers Furoshiki-inspired Cross Body Tote Bags, echoing traditional Japanese wrapping techniques. Crafted from 100% cotton, each bag is meticulously folded, knotted, and finished without sewing, ensuring durability and aesthetic appeal. With a hand-knotted strap and washable, reusable design, they are both practical and stylish. For wholesale inquiries, visit the "Wholesale" tab on the website.

    If you are interested in wholesale, please check the "Wholesale" tab under "Shop"!

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