+Java, Tuban: When cotton bolls are picked, the fibres are wrapped around the seeds of the cotton and need to be cleaned and straighten before spinning. +Java, Tuban: When batiking, wax is applied to both sides of the cloth so that when the cloth is dyed the motif is clear on both sides. +Java, Tuban: Carrying goods from the market wearing a handspun cotton batik traditional sling called sayut. +Java, Tuban, weaver working on a backstrap loom to weave handspun cotton threads into cloth +Java, Tuban: Women working together to remove seeds from newly picked cotton which will then be spun into thread and woven into cloth. +Java, Tuban: Using a tool called a canting that draws wax onto the cloth requires incredible skill. +Java, Tuban: A traditional teak house called Jogolo.