Block Print

Block printing is one of the oldest methods of textile printing where wooden blocks are carved with the design, dipped in dye and pressed on fabric. Ambadi’s innovative approach to create block prints includes using authentic designs from North India, the creation of bigger blocks (up to 12 inches) and using combinations of more blocks and colors per design.

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Block printing is one of the oldest methods of textile printing, where wooden blocks are carved with the design, dipped in dye and pressed on fabric. Ambadi’s innovative approach to block printing includes using authentic designs from North India, the creation of bigger blocks (up to 12 inches) and using combinations of more blocks and colours per design.

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Block printing is one of the oldest methods of textile printing, where wooden blocks are carved with the design, dipped in dye and pressed on fabric. Ambadi’s innovative approach to block printing includes using authentic designs from North India, the creation of bigger blocks (up to 12 inches) and using combinations of more blocks and colours per design.

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Block printing is one of the oldest methods of textile printing, where wooden blocks are carved with the design, dipped in dye and pressed on fabric. Ambadi’s innovative approach to block printing includes using authentic designs from North India, the creation of bigger blocks (up to 12 inches) and using combinations of more blocks and colours per design.

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Block printing is one of the oldest methods of textile printing, where wooden blocks are carved with the design, dipped in dye and pressed on fabric. Ambadi’s innovative approach to block printing includes using authentic designs from North India, the creation of bigger blocks (up to 12 inches) and using combinations of more blocks and colours per design.

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Block printing is one of the oldest methods of textile printing, where wooden blocks are carved with the design, dipped in dye and pressed on fabric. Ambadi’s innovative approach to block printing includes using authentic designs from North India, the creation of bigger blocks (up to 12 inches) and using combinations of more blocks and colours per design.

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Block printing is one of the oldest methods of textile printing, where wooden blocks are carved with the design, dipped in dye and pressed on fabric. Ambadi’s innovative approach to block printing includes using authentic designs from North India, the creation of bigger blocks (up to 12 inches) and using combinations of more blocks and colours per design.

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Block printing is one of the oldest methods of textile printing, where wooden blocks are carved with the design, dipped in dye and pressed on fabric. Ambadi’s innovative approach to block printing includes using authentic designs from North India, the creation of bigger blocks (up to 12 inches) and using combinations of more blocks and colours per design.

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Block printing is one of the oldest methods of textile printing, where wooden blocks are carved with the design, dipped in dye and pressed on fabric. Ambadi’s innovative approach to block printing includes using authentic designs from North India, the creation of bigger blocks (up to 12 inches) and using combinations of more blocks and colours per design.