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5.5 meters of very special fabric, so-called Kota Doria cotton. Very loosely woven cotton with squares in the weave. The batik motif with crackle and blue and orange dragonflies gives a fantastic effect.
The fabric is designed to make a saree, hence the wide blue band at the bottom with edging on the sides. That gives creative freedom to the home designer! You can drape the fabric beautifully.
Kota Doria is the name of a light handwoven fabric of small woven squares. Weaving is done on traditional looms in surrounding villages of the city of Kota in Rajasthan, India
Batik is a dye-resist technique from Java, Indonesia that uses beeswax. Batik is made by "drawing" dots or lines with wax with a special tool, or by applying the wax with a copper stamp. The wax is resistant to dyes.