Block printing is the oldest form of printing, and has been used for thousands of years. The earliest known examples are found in ancient Egypt, China, and Japan. It was used for making decorative items, and was later used to print on paper.
When it comes to fabrics, block printing is a technique of printing patterns with a technique is based on the use of stencils.
Block printing is a traditional technique of printing using a wooden block. It is a print technique that involves the use of ink and a needle to transfer the ink to the fabric. The process is used to print a design on fabric.
Today it is known to be a heritage craft with very few skilled craftsmen practicing the art. Some of the steps involved in block-printing include carving each wooden block to create a unique design, mixing dyes, and applying final touches when the fabric is prepared.
Bhagalpur Linen Top Fabric clubbed with Handblock Printed Cotton Bottom Fabric (2.5 meters + 2.5 meters)