Kerawang is an art that has been handed down from generation to generation from the 17th century until today. The pattern, design or motif to be embroidered must first be made in a block graph on paper. After that, cut the desired fabric to be used for the base material. Once the fabric is prepared, we remove some layers of thread from the fabric with precision. Once there is enough available space on the cloth, it is ready to be embroidered and the spaces filled with motifs.
Screen printing uses another approach to textile printing.
A screen is made of a piece of mesh stretched over a frame. The technique uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil to apply ink onto the material. This traditional technique gives way to a unique result on any plain basic medium, most accurate precision of contours and unmatched colour intensity.
Before hand making embroidery, each motive is drawing by hand with precision, according to the pattern of the cloth.