1. Here’s how to make natural dyes for batik:
1. Cut the plant parts into small pieces (For those in the form of leaves, you can also blend them).
2. Put the pieces in a saucepan with a ratio of 1 kilogram of plant parts: 10 liters of water.
3. Boil until boiling, then let stand on low heat until the volume of water becomes half. As an indication that the color pigment in the plant has come out, it is indicated by water after boiling it becomes colored. If the solution remains clear, it means that the plant is almost certain to contain no color pigments.
4. The stew is then filtered with gauze, then allowed to stand at least overnight, store in a plastic bucket or stainless bucket / pot (avoid aluminum or iron, it will affect the color).
5. This filtered extract solution is ready to become a natural dye.
This natural dye can be directly used to make batik.
2. MAKE Salted FISH WITH DRY SALTING
Do weeding the fish to be processed and then washed with so that it is clean until it is free from the remnants of dirt.
Provide a certain amount of salt crystals according to the weight of the fish. For large-sized fish, the amount of salt that must be provided ranges from 20-30% of the weight of the fish, for medium-sized fish 15-20%; while the fish are small 5%.
Sprinkle salt on the bottom of the container / tub to a thickness of 1 – 5 cm depending on the amount of salt and fish to be processed. This layer of salt serves as a base during the salting process.
Arrange the fish on top of the salt layer with the belly of the fish facing the bottom of the tub. Then sprinkle the salt back on the fish layer. Do the preparation of this fish and salt in layers until the top is the arrangement with more / thick layers.
Cover the pile of fish and salt with a basket / woven bamboo and put weight on it.
Leave for a few days for the salting process to occur. For large fish 2 – 3 days, medium sized fish 1 day and small size 12 – 24 hours.
Then wash with clean water and drain. Arrange the fish on the drying racks.
During the drying process, the fish are occasionally turned over so that the fish dries quickly.
3. Access Google Maps. Google Maps relies on the smartphone’s built-in GPS to show real-time data.
Search for the nearest location.
Connect to the next location.
Continue to the destination point.
4. Determine the theme or topic of the interview;
Studying issues related to the interview theme;
Compile a list or outline of questions to be asked (5W+1H);
Determining sources and knowing their identities;
Contact and make appointments with resource persons;
Prepare the equipment for the interview (notepad or tape recorder);
Record the topics of the interview;
Compile reports on interview results.