Maati : The Dabu Series

Maati series is curated from Bindaas Unlimited, and made by the artisans based in Kaladera, Rajasthan.

Relive nostalgia of good old summery days with our curated line of handcrafted pre-cut dabu print fabrics. Our curation is a seamless blend of timeless traditional craft technique and contemporary prints. You can pick and choose from upbeat, quirky prints in pre-cut naturally dyed dabu print fabrics with characteristic earthy colors and crackled effect.

The pre-cut fabric yardages are 100% cotton, light in weight and of premium quality which makes it a go-to choice for day-to-day clothing be it a striking saree, effortless kurta, comfortable pants & skirts or edgy coords sets etc.

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Playing Card Suit – Naturally dyed hand block printed dabu cotton pre-cut fabric yardage by Bindaas Unlimited in red base and contrast mud resist is sure to appeal both – the people who enjoy card games and the people who love making a fashion statement.

Product Details

Title – Naturally Dyed Dabu Cotton Pre-cut Fabric

Weaving Technique – Machine Weaving

Surface Ornamentation – Hand Block Print

Fabric – 60s Cambric Cotton

Color – Red

Zari – No

Length – Pre-cut 3 Meters/ 6 Meters

Width – 43 to 44 inches

Wash care – Wash before first use. Hand wash/ Gentle machine wash with mild detergent separately for few initial washes. No Soaking. Dry in Shade.


Unevenness or irregularity in prints and dyeing is the characteristic mark of artisanal products. Product being naturally dyed have minor bleeding properties.
Product pictures are without any filters but appearance of color may vary in shade from screen to screen or even image to image due to variation in natural lighting. Note: First picture is closest to the actual product color.

More about art & artisans

Dabu is a mud resist hand block printing technique done using natural dyes. The art form originated in Rajasthan, India in 16th century and it is being practiced by Chippa Community since then.
The method of printing gets its name from the word ‘dabana’, meaning to press. Raw material used for dabu printing are mud paste (made up of kali mitti, chuna, gud and gond), wooden blocks, natural dyes and saw dust. The crackled effect and earthy colors are peculiar to dabu prints. The traditional motifs used are of – flowers, leaves, buds, geometrical designs, tendrils, trellis and figurative designs. Natural dyes are derived from minerals, plants and other organic sources. Dabu printing is meticulous and labor intensive process hence it is practiced by highly skilled artisans.


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