Added Oct 2, 2009
The fabric is actually not real batik because the pattern is printed, but it’s cotton and very comfortable. As the pattern of the fabric is rich enough, I made it into a simple dress and finished the neckline and armholes with binding strips. When turned around, the dress has a pair of ties in the back, tied into a bow tie.
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