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Grey Dabu Block Print Fabric

Grey Dabu Block Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Rust-Red Dabu Block Print Fabric

Rust-Red Dabu Block Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Mehendi Green Dabu Block Print Fabric

Mehendi Green Dabu Block Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Mustard-Orange Dabu Block Print Fabric

Mustard-Orange Dabu Block Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Grey Dabu Block Print Fabric

Grey Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Indigo Dabu Block Print Fabric

Indigo Dabu Block Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Rust-Red Dabu Block Print Fabric

Rust-Red Dabu Block Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Mustard-Orange Dabu Block Print Fabric

Mustard-Orange Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Mehendi Green Dabu Block Print Fabric

Mehendi Green Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Rust-Red Dabu Block Print Fabric

Rust-Red Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Mehendi Green Dabu Block Print Fabric

Mehendi Green Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Indigo Dabu Block Print Fabric

Indigo Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Grey Dabu Block Print Fabric

Grey Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Mustard-Orange Dabu Block Print Fabric

Mustard-Orange Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Grey Dabu Block Print Fabric

Grey Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Mustard-Orange Dabu Block Print Fabric

Mustard-Orange Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Indigo Dabu Block Print Fabric

Indigo Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Rust-Red Dabu Block Print Fabric

Rust-Red Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Mehendi Green Dabu Block Print Fabric

Mehendi Green Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Rust-Red Dabu Block Print Fabric

Rust-Red Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Grey Dabu Block Print Fabric

Grey Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Indigo Dabu Block Print Fabric

Indigo Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Mustard-Orange Dabu Block Print Fabric

Mustard-Orange Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Mehendi Green Dabu Block Print Fabric

Mehendi Green Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Indigo Dabu Block Print Fabric

Indigo Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Mustard-Orange Dabu Block Print Fabric

Mustard-Orange Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Grey Dabu Block Print Fabric

Grey Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Rust-Red Dabu Block Print Fabric

Rust-Red Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Mehendi Green Dabu Block Print Fabric

Mehendi Green Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Grey Dabu Block Print Fabric

Grey Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Indigo Dabu Block Print Fabric

Indigo Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
New
Mehendi Green Dabu Block Print Fabric

Mehendi Green Dabu Block Print Fabric

(0 Reviews)
160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Rust-Red Dabu Block Print Fabric

Rust-Red Dabu Block Print Fabric

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Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Mustard-Orange Dabu Block Print Fabric

Mustard-Orange Dabu Block Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Grey Dabu Block Print Fabric

Grey Dabu Block Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Mustard-Orange Dabu Block Print Fabric

Mustard-Orange Dabu Block Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Rust-Red Dabu Block Print Fabric

Rust-Red Dabu Block Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Mehendi Green Dabu Block Print Fabric

Mehendi Green Dabu Block Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Mustard Yellow Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Mustard Yellow Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Grey Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Grey Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Blue Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Blue Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Mehendi Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Mehendi Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Pink Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Pink Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Mehendi Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Mehendi Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Mustard Yellow Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Mustard Yellow Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Blue Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Blue Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Pink Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Pink Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Grey Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Grey Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Moss Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Moss Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Blue Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Blue Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Grey Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Grey Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Mehendi Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Mehendi Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Mustard Yellow Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Mustard Yellow Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Pink Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Pink Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Blue Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Blue Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Blue Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Blue Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Grey Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Grey Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Mustard Yellow Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Mustard Yellow Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Mehendi Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Mehendi Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Pink Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Pink Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Grey Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Grey Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Pink Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Pink Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Mustard Yellow Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Mustard Yellow Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Mehendi Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Mehendi Green Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Blue Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

Blue Dabu Handblock Print Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Grey Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

Grey Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

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170.00 200
Width: 42-44in.

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash instructions: Handloom and handblock fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes so please wash them separately. Do not dry uner direct sunlight or soak in water for long periods of time for long-lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Grey Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

Grey Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

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170.00 200
Width: 42-44in.

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash instructions: Handloom and handblock fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes so please wash them separately. Do not dry uner direct sunlight or soak in water for long periods of time for long-lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Grey Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

Grey Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

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170.00 200
Width: 42-44in.

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash instructions: Handloom and handblock fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes so please wash them separately. Do not dry uner direct sunlight or soak in water for long periods of time for long-lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Grey Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

Grey Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

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170.00 200
Width: 42-44in.

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash instructions: Handloom and handblock fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes so please wash them separately. Do not dry uner direct sunlight or soak in water for long periods of time for long-lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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White Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

White Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 42-44in.

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash instructions: Handloom and handblock fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes so please wash them separately. Do not dry uner direct sunlight or soak in water for long periods of time for long-lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Grey Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

Grey Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

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170.00 200
Width: 42-44in.

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash instructions: Handloom and handblock fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes so please wash them separately. Do not dry uner direct sunlight or soak in water for long periods of time for long-lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
New
Grey Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

Grey Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

(0 Reviews)
170.00 200
Width: 42-44in.

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash instructions: Handloom and handblock fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes so please wash them separately. Do not dry uner direct sunlight or soak in water for long periods of time for long-lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Grey Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

Grey Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

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170.00 200
Width: 42-44in.

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash instructions: Handloom and handblock fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes so please wash them separately. Do not dry uner direct sunlight or soak in water for long periods of time for long-lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Green Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

Green Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

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160.00 200
Width: 42-44in.

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash instructions: Handloom and handblock fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes so please wash them separately. Do not dry uner direct sunlight or soak in water for long periods of time for long-lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Green Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

Green Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

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170.00 200
Width: 42-44in.

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash instructions: Handloom and handblock fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes so please wash them separately. Do not dry uner direct sunlight or soak in water for long periods of time for long-lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Green Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

Green Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

(0 Reviews)
170.00 200
Width: 42-44in.

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash instructions: Handloom and handblock fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes so please wash them separately. Do not dry uner direct sunlight or soak in water for long periods of time for long-lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Pink Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

Pink Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

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170.00 200
Width: 42-44in.

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash instructions: Handloom and handblock fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes so please wash them separately. Do not dry uner direct sunlight or soak in water for long periods of time for long-lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Blue Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

Blue Dabu Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

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180.00 200
Width: 42-44in.

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash instructions: Handloom and handblock fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes so please wash them separately. Do not dry uner direct sunlight or soak in water for long periods of time for long-lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo Double-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo Double-Dabu Handblock Print

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190.00 235
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

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170.00 215
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo Double-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo Double-Dabu Handblock Print

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190.00 235
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

(0 Reviews)
170.00 215
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

(0 Reviews)
170.00 215
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

(0 Reviews)
170.00 215
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo Double-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo Double-Dabu Handblock Print

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190.00 235
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

(0 Reviews)
170.00 215
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

(0 Reviews)
170.00 215
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

(0 Reviews)
170.00 215
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

(0 Reviews)
170.00 215
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

(0 Reviews)
170.00 215
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo Double-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo Double-Dabu Handblock Print

(0 Reviews)
190.00 235
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

(0 Reviews)
170.00 215
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

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170.00 215
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

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170.00 215
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo Double-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo Double-Dabu Handblock Print

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190.00 235
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo-Dabu Handblock Print

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170.00 215
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo Double-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo Double-Dabu Handblock Print

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190.00 235
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo Double-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo Double-Dabu Handblock Print

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190.00 235
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo Double-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo Double-Dabu Handblock Print

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190.00 235
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Indigo Double-Dabu Handblock Print

Indigo Double-Dabu Handblock Print

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190.00 235
Width: 44in
Fabric: Cotton

Dabu is a resist-dyeing technique where mud, along with other natural items are used as a resist, and block printed on the cloth. The fabrics are then dyed in different colours and heated up to remove the resist. In case of double dabu fabrics, after the mud is removed, fabric goes through the same process all over again to give a lighter and a darker block print. The key difference between dabu and discharge print is the visiblility of cracks that are evident in the block prints. When Indigo colour is used, the fabric is most commonly known as Indigo.

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours.

Wash Instructions: Handloom and Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during their initial washes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Blue Dabu Single Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

Blue Dabu Single Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

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180.00 220
Width: 42-44in.

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash instructions: Handloom and handblock fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes so please wash them separately. Do not dry uner direct sunlight or soak in water for long periods of time for long-lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Orange Dabu Single Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

Orange Dabu Single Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

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180.00 220
Width: 42-44in.

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash instructions: Handloom and handblock fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes so please wash them separately. Do not dry uner direct sunlight or soak in water for long periods of time for long-lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Cream Dabu Single Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

Cream Dabu Single Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

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180.00 220
Width: 42-44in.

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash instructions: Handloom and handblock fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes so please wash them separately. Do not dry uner direct sunlight or soak in water for long periods of time for long-lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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Orange Dabu Single Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

Orange Dabu Single Hand Block Print Cotton Fabric

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180.00 220
Width: 42-44in.

Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.

Wash instructions: Handloom and handblock fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes so please wash them separately. Do not dry uner direct sunlight or soak in water for long periods of time for long-lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.
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