Workshop on
Hand Block Print Process

 

Sanganer Block Printed Textile In Jaipur- Sakshi Int

Hand block printing is one of the most attractive way of art in which on a piece a wood varied kinds of design patterns are created and then with the use of colours the designs are imprint on differenttextiles and fabrics.

So, if you are fascinated to get hand block printed fabric in Jaipur, then owe it from Sakshi International Pvt. Ltd – who are the leading best hand block print manufacturer in Jaipur; offering great value for money to many customers.

The process of Hand Block printing is an ancient tradition dating back to 2000 BC. Block printing process can range from a simple, single-color print to complex, multiple color prints. However more than seven colors is more complex print process. Each color is printed from a separate wooden block carved to print that specific pattern. A hand block printed cloth reflects the touch of the human hand and simultaneously the sensibility and skill of the artist craftsman.

HAND BLOCK PRINTING WORKSHOP

Duration :

Half day to 2 Months Course on Block Print

Timing :

10.00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Location :

Heerayali Ka Khawda, Muhana Maud,, Diggi Malpura Road,, Sanganer,

Jaipur, Rajasthan 302029

Why Choose Sakshi International Pvt. Ltd. to Buy Hand Block Printed Textiles?

The company has earned rave reviews and made a mark in the industry because of the brilliant craftsmanship showcased by its artisans. The company came into existence 45 years ago, and since then there has been no looking back. The proficient craftsmen have the expertise to deliver hand block printed garments displaying intricate and innovative designs. The company offers the facility of providing customized Sanganer block printed textiles as well and that too at a reasonable price.

Procedure of Hand Block Printing

  • First Step: First of all, the craftsman creates the block for a specific design. Indian motifs of various animals, geometric patterns and plants are popular designs. The master artisan traces the theme on the wooden block of deciduous hardwood. Sanding and oiling the woodblock is essential before the craftsman works on it.
  • Second Step: Before using the fabric for printing, the craftsman washes it. Washing makes the block printing sustainable.
  • Third Step: The craftsman dyes the material with the base color. The art of block printing needs a lot of precision. The intricate artwork makes the fabric look amazing. An unwanted move can result in smudging and uneven print.
  • Fourth Step: The craftsman mixes about four to five natural primary colours for creating a plethora of dyes. Then the craftsman dips the block into the stain and stamps it on the fabric firmly.
  • Last Step: After dying of the material, the craftsmen take it to the local rivers for washing. The procedure of hand block printing concludes by drying the fabric in the sun.

JAIPUR BLUE POTTERY WORKSHOP

Duration :

Half day to 2 Months Course on Blue Pottery

Timing :

10.00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Location :

Laxmi Colony Sanganer, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302029

Procedure of Hand Block Printing

  • 1 Day Workshop: The company arranges a 1-day workshop for which it charges INR 3500 per student. In the workshop, the student gets an overview of the block printing procedure that includes blocks, colour dyes, fabric, and fixing processes. The student gains insight into the various printing activities. The different printing activities involving paper include horizontal printing, corner merging, and vertical printing.
  • 2 Day Workshop: The 2-day workshop gives a brief about the block printing process, includes fabric washing and processing unit visits. The printing activities involving paper include horizontal, vertical, corner, and idea printing. The workshop gives insight into fabric printing involving a stole about 1.8mm long, two napkins, two pillowcases single side.
  • Jaipur Blue Pottery Workshop
    Along with hand block printed workshop, Sakshi International Pvt Ltd. even offers blue pottery workshops that span from half days to 60 days. The timing of the workshops is between 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.