This beautiful banner is made in Bali in Indonesia by a group of women from the Ubud region. Batik is a resist-dye process. Wax is applied in the design or areas that stay white, such as the drawing of the pattern itself. The dyes are painted on and blended. The dyes do not cross over the wax lines. Once the dyes are permanent, the wax is removed and the banner is spread out to dry. This time-honored, hand-made process is what renders the amazing detail and watercolor look.
Once dry, the banner is hemmed by village craftswomen.
Machine-washable on a cold water cycle and machine-dry on gentle.
The banner measures 29-1/2 inches wide by 33-1/2 inches with a 1-3/4 inches rod opening.
This original image depicts an expanding heart with dolphins on top and the tao symbol beneath. At the very bottom is a crescent and at the very top is a four-pointed star.