Lipat Bag Batik Mawar Cotton Poplin in Blue Ash
Batik Mawar or “Rose” is considered the Mother of Scents and the Queen of the Garden, making this our main design of BOTANIK 2021 Collection. This design captures the sweetness of the rose; it’s rare, bold beauty from its leaves and petals. The Rose is symbolic to many religion and cultures. Its healing characteristics is beneficial to humankind -a powerful flower, ageless and perennial.
What is a "Lipat Bag" ?
Practicing the art of folding or the traditional way of Japanese wrapping cloth method, we are happy to introduce our very first zero-waste product which we fashioned with simple seams, 100% wrapping technique known as Furoshiki which brings a better, sustainable way of carrying goods in a piece of batik. Each bag is cut, folded and wrapped carefully to obtain a symmetrical yet abstract outcome.
Cotton Poplin Range
Our Kain Batik Lepas Cotton Poplin range is simply easy to wear. The Cotton is soft, crispy as well as durable. Ironing and washing made easy, handblocked batiks using this fabric can be made into all kinds of clothing, sarongs and interior purposes such as tablecloths, runners, pillowcases and even bags! Great for kids too!
Size and measurements in inches:
- Cotton material
- Handwash or Machine Wash
- Avoid drying at direct sunlight
- Made in Kampung Serada, Kuala Terengganu
Understanding our Batik products
1. Please understand that our products are handmade, hand dyed and handpainted in Kampung Serada, Kuala Terengganu.
2. Products sold by Nysakapas may or may not contain natural and unnatural defects due to the natural environment of Kampung Serada and techniques of batikmaking such as unevenness in colour tones, lines and spots. If you are not satisfied with the products you received, do contact us through our email email@example.com.
3.Our dyes are made in different batches. The results in colouring are not the same and may vary as much as 30% from one colour to the other.
4.We aim to produce good quality batiks and hope that you may consider the imperfections of the works of our art.