Tritik

Tritik stitching is a small running line of stitching that is gathered tightly. It is often used in African textiles and the designs are much bolder than in most other forms of stitching. This type of stitching is mostly found in Africa. ...
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tritik

Traditional resist-dyeing technique, practised in various countries. Patterns are stitched on fabric (usually cotton), the stitching is drawn up tightly, and then the fabric is dipped in dye. The...
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tritik

Traditional resist-dyeing technique, practised in various countries. Patterns are stitched on fabric (usually cotton), the stitching is drawn up tightly, and then the fabric is dipped in dye. The stitched areas resist the dye. The technique can be used to produce very intricate patterns
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