Batik, a wax-dyeing technique originated from Java, Indonesia, to produce coloured designs on textiles by dyeing them, having first applied wax to the parts to be left undyed.
Step 1: Gather your materials
Step 2: Outline your design on the cloth with a pencil
Step 3: Apply the wax onto your design by dipping the tjanting into the melted wax. Make sure the wax permeates onto the other side.
Step 4: Allow the wax too dry completely
Step 5: Dip your cloth into dye, wash in cold water to remove excess dye, and hang to dry overnight.
Step 6: Boil you cloth in water to remove the wax. Hang to dry.
Step 7: Finished product