De sarongwinkel van Nederland


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The sarong was the first time apart, preferably by hand or on delicate wash on 30 degrees celcius. When you buy multiple sarong these the first time all wash. For more info about wash look you found on our website under washing instructions.

How do I wear a sarong?

Always been curious on what ways you can wear a sarong? Here you can find explanations.

The premium sarong is 165 cm 115 cm from top to bottom and from left to right including fringe. (excluding fringe 155 cm)

The excellent sarong is 165 cm 115 cm from top to bottom and from left to right. The excellent sarong is no frills.

The xxl sarong is 225 115 cm from top to bottom and from left to right. The excellent xxl sarong is no frills.

The sarong is extra long 180 cm 140 cm from top to bottom and from left to right this is over 25 cm longer than the standard sarong and is without frills.

The sarong shop

The sarong shop sells carefully selected beautiful sarongs from Bali of the highest quality. In various colors and sizes available also for the ladies with larger sizes.

The sarong

The sarong is a garment that is worn with fine weather and often can be done in various ways, wear light and is very quick dry. You can compare it to a hamamtowel and is often used on vacation, camping, swimming pool in the garden or on the beach. Also well suited as a scarf, Vera cloth or baby sling. In the sauna is often worn by both women and men. Also ideal for use as a tablecloth or tapestry.

A sarong is a cloth that often with diamond patterns or by means of batik or tie-dye is printed. A sarong can all over the body or only to the lower body are carried.

source wikipedia

Production process

What is Batik?

Batik is a cloth which is traditionally made using manual wax-resist painting technique.
Indonesia is the cradle of the Batik cloths, they are here for centuries made according to a traditional and complex process which is highly labour-intensive.
The first step to create the Batik cloth is to design a pattern, then the pattern using a special tool, the Tamang, on the cloth "stencilled". The wax is using a Canting (a tool with a "spout" and a reservoir where the enters was) on the desired patterns. Was working as a barrier to the dyes and ensures that the fabric during the dyeing process no color, this process is repeated several times until the desired colors and patterns are obtained. The wax is during the process several times by means of hot water removed.
Nowadays there are also modern methods, such as using a batik stamp. With the batik stamp is stamped the pattern directly on the fabric. The batik stamp is made by hand and is made of copper.
Indonesian batik artists are known as the best batik cherry of the world. Fortunately, this technique is still passed to the younger generation.
Tie-dye is a paint technique for textiles.
By means of binding and buttons of the substance is a pattern on the fabric.
Then the fabric is first soaked with water, possibly mixed with soda. The following are parts of the substance in paint.
The paint can be on certain parts of the fabric not attach because the water-soaked fabric firmly knotted or tied together.
To join by the clothing, and then in different paint colors to baptisms can spiral patterns.