Jumputan

Jumputan is a fabric that belongs to the brocade family of textiles using tie and dye technique, to create certain motif from plain fabric. The first thing is sewing and bundling certain parts of fabric, and then dye it using favorites color. In progress, jumputan making technique knew stitch and dye method, by stitch the thread to the fabric by tying certain patern. Next, pull it tight until wrinkle, then dye it.

Jumputan usually made from silk and has motifs on all over the fabric, for examples bintik sembilan (nine dots), bintik tujuh (seven dots), bintik lima (five dots), kembang janur, cuncung/terong (eggplant), bintang lima (five-stars) and bintik-bintik (multi-dots). One set of Jumputan usually consist of upper and lower part also a scarf with single colour theme.

Jumputan
Jumputan