https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/PRA09855-2048x2048.jpg.webp No matter how busy life is Also keep the passion and joy for life The gorgeous pattern of the cover dyed cloth will enrich your daily life https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/IMG_5023-2048x2048.jpg.webp India’s cover dyeing process uses pure cotton and vegetable dyes, 100% handmade, every bag is unique! https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/PRA09871-2048x2048.jpg.webp **product features** https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/elementor/thumbs/rangoli-pe80ydm0yt1aleczz7awn5vulon6eaj1q7qwuri15k.png Gai dyed totem is colorful and dazzling https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/elementor/thumbs/washing-machine-pe80wlp022lsnwxucfo9xm0i7he7uvhatfdw7y4swo.png Use pure cotton material, quick-drying and easy to clean https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/elementor/thumbs/walk-pe80ww1858zy7mito25671ekqpz97jmciuk8hzph08.png Convenient to carry and practical, suitable for everyday outings and outings! https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/IMG_5022-2048x2048.jpg.webp https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/PRA09865-2048x2048.jpg.webp - **[Introduction to cover dyeing process]** Behind Tramper's clothes are the crystallization of hundreds of years of Indian craftsmanship. Each piece of cover dyed cloth is handmade by Indian craftsmen throughout the process. The process is not only time-consuming and time-consuming, but also needs to rely on the superb skills and unconstrained creativity of the craftsmen to create a unique cover-dyed fabric. Let Tramper now show you all about India's special cover dyeing process! https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/%E8%93%8B%E6%9F%931-1024x683-1-1-1.jpeg.webp **[First Step-Dyeing Cloth]** Indians use natural plant colors as dyes. After hundreds of times of dip-dyeing, the original white cotton cloth is dyed with a special color, and then a hot water dye with a special composition is prepared, and the cloth is placed in it and boiled. Finally, expose it for two days until it is completely dry. https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/BlockPrinting_16-scaled-1-1-1536x1024.jpg.webp **[Step 2-Engraving the seal]** Before stamping, there is a very critical task-making stamps! The exquisite pattern on the dyed cloth is stamped with a wooden stamp! And these seals are all made by specially engraved craftsmen, who have carved the gorgeous India in their eyes into the stamped seals one by one, and brought them to us in the distance. https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/BlockPrinting_8-scaled-1-1-1536x1024.jpg.webp **[Step 3-Start Dyeing]** After finishing the cloth background and stamp, the next step is to open the cover! Gai dyeing is a craft that requires great concentration and technology. In addition to the distance between the totems, it also requires a lot of practice to accurately master the strength! Every craftsman needs thousands of hours of training to advance to the ranks. https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/S__24674423-1.jpg.webp **[Step 4-Make a product from the women's workshop]** The women's workshop signed the Bumika project will make cover dyed cloth into clothes and bags. After nearly a year of development and learning, they have been able to operate independently and continue to create products with stable quality. https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/DSC03486-1.jpg.webp **[Step 5-You're done! 〕** Finally finished! Next is to accompany the Taiwanese to spend the scorching summer season and shine in all corners of Taiwan! - **Precautions for purchase** **1. About cleaning** Please clean separately. It is normal for the water to fade during the first few cleanings, and it is normal for dyed products to fade after cleaning with water! **2. About returns** Tramper offers unconditional returns within 7 days after purchase online! Please keep the products clean and tidy, and directly send a private message to Pinkoi or Tramper’s Facebook message to inform us of your order number and requirements.
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- Size: bottom diameter 8.5cm, length 24cm The cover dyeing process has been passed down for hundreds of years. First, the pure cotton cloth is dyed and exposed, and then the delicate and gorgeous patterns are manually stamped by the craftsman, and finally the colorful bags are handmade by the women's workshop!