[ US /bəˈtik/ ]
[ UK /bˈætɪk/ ]
  1. dye with wax
    Indonesian fabrics are often batiked
  1. a dyed fabric; a removable wax is used where the dye is not wanted
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How To Use batik In A Sentence

  • Examples might include batik, tie dye, stamping, embroidering, applique and more.
  • A kimono-look batik blouse and a knee-length fine skirt, for instance, had an obi (Japanese broad belt) to match.
  • It didn't take her long to appreciate the great depth and range of batik designs that vary from district to district.
  • Both Indonesian American men and women wear sarongs, traditional Indonesian garments with batik designs.
  • It was a weird, improbable metamorphosis for the plump, gypsy-like woman with long batik dresses and dyed-black hair Jane had last seen arguing with impecunious guests on Kuta beach. A Covert Affair
  • Lye produced a number of large canvases, sometimes reworking his smaller pictures or batiks from the past.
  • So today, kurtas come with a whole new range of prints, art, batik work and even embroidery with stone and even wooden buttons.
  • She doesn't like most of the polyester material here and often buys plain undyed muslin and dyes it with her batik dyes to get the colors she wants in cottons. A Great (Sewing) Notion
  • I am tempted to run home from work now and make Snake Beans with Egg, followed by Kek Batik - a great looking Bruneian cake that seems to be a cross between a rumball and a brownie. Shiokadelicious!
  • The butterfly batik is from Lisa Jo and the three coordinating prints are from Becca along with blocks from the ladies, which are below - Lisa Jo's on the left and Becca's on the right. May reveal
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