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Serendipity Quilt Shop

31821 Cannon St
Dagsboro, DE 19939
(302) 732-6304

Batik fabrics are made using a type of resist printing process in which wax is applied to the fabric in specific areas. Traditional batiks are made by drawing dots and lines with a spouted tool called a tjanting or using a copper stamp called a cap. Paint brushes are now utilized in some modern batiks. Once the design is drawn on in wax, the fabric is dyed.  The wax prevents the dye from reaching the fibers.  The process can be repeated multiple times for more intricate designs. The wax is then removed with boiling water.  



Batik Textiles

Bright Blooms By Robert Kaufman

Coral Reef by Robert Kaufman

Desertscapes by Robert Kaufman

Designer Batiks by Anthology

Dottie by Anthology

Glacier View by Island Batik

Hoffman Batiks

Island Batiks

Lava & Basic Solids by Anthology

Majestic Batiks

Northwoods by Robert Kaufman

Quilt Essentials by Anthology

RK Batiks by Robert Kaufman

Season's Splendor by Island Batik

Summer Flowers by Robert Kaufman

Sunny Day by Robert Kaufman

Tonga Aruba by Timeless Treasures

Tonga Batiks by Timeless Treasures

Tonga Fantasy by Timeless Treasures

Tonga Freedom by Timeless Treasures

Tonga Posey by Timeless Treasures

Tonga Smile by Timeless Treasures

Tonga Soleil by Timeless Treasures

Tonga Passport by Timeless Treasures

Tropical Batiks by Michael Miller

Weave by Anthology


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