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Tawi-Tawi Bajau Village At Banig, Weaving. Textile Pattern Design, Tapestry Design, Textile Patterns, Print Patterns, Philippines Culture, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Indigenous Tribes, Textiles

Tawi-tawi: Weaving and smiles at the Bajau Village | Ironwulf En Route

Making the most of our last morning in Tawi-Tawi, we decided to visit one of the more popular Bajau Villages in Bongao, but not having a Bongao breakfast at the Chinese Pier after visiting Pagasinan. I told Kit and Sheva, that we'd like to see and possibly take home some native crafts from Tawi-tawi. It has been my practice when I go to different places to take but items unique or crafted from the place of origin.

» #Agimat : Visual Art » Woven Templates: An Exhibition of Philippine Contemporary Textiles » ... Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tribal, Ethnic Patterns, Print Patterns, Philippine Art, Philippines Culture, Tropical Fashion, Historical Art

Visual Art » Woven Templates: An Exhibition of Philippine Contemporary Textiles » ...

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 Taken in Lake Sebu, South Cotabato, Mindanao, Philippines. Photo by Budji Tresvalles. Special thanks to Jenita Eko and her fellow T'bolis. Filipino Art, Filipino Tribal, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Ethnic Patterns, Textile Patterns, Stitch Patterns, Print Patterns, Philippines Fashion

Traditional Filipino: T'boli stitched pattern. Taken in Lake Sebu, South Cotabato, Mindanao, Philippines. 2007. Photo by Budji Tresvalles. Special thanks to Jenita Eko and her fellow T'bolis.

Yakan is another unique cultural group of Sulu living on Basilan Island south of Zamboanga. They are the most superb textile weavers of the southern archipelago. On backstrap looms they turn fine cotton and silks into remarkable geometric work of art. Ethnic Patterns, Textile Patterns, Print Patterns, Textiles, Philippines Fashion, Philippines Culture, Filipiniana Wedding, Filipino Tribal, Filipino Culture

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Yakan is another unique cultural group of Sulu living on Basilan Island south of Zamboanga. They are the most superb textile weavers of the southern archipelago. On backstrap looms they turn fine cotton and silks into remarkable geometric work of art.

World Filipiniana: the New Definition of Global Filipino Design Textile Patterns, Textiles, Boodle Fight, Philippine Star, Philippines Culture, Filipiniana, Beautiful Textures, Filipino, Swatch

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by Brian Tenorio via the Philippine Star | August 29 2009 MANILA, Philippines - I was shopping once in Sydney for a nice coat for my sister. After several hours of going through different stores, I saw this Asian female with a nice top. I asked h ...

Textile Tribes of the Philippines: Yakan Weaving, Weddings and Wears - Haute Culture Textile Tours Weaving Textiles, Weaving Patterns, Textile Patterns, Filipino Art, Philippine Art, Color Schemes Colour Palettes, Mindanao, Aesthetic Colors, Colorful Wallpaper

Textile Tribes of the Philippines: Yakan Weaving, Weddings and Wears - Haute Culture Textile Tours

The Yakan are an indigenous Muslim tribe native to the tropical island of Basilian. Located in the Sulu Archipelago in the most southern region of the Philippines, Yakan people are recognised for their remarkable technicolour geometric weaves and the distinctive face decorations used in their traditional ceremonies. The Yakan are kind and loving people that embody a non-materialistic culture and live in close-knit communities. Back in the day Yakan women traditionally made textiles for their…

Textile Tribes of the Philippines: Yakan Weaving, Weddings and Wears - Haute Culture Textile Tours Mayan Symbols, Viking Symbols, Ancient Symbols, Egyptian Symbols, Viking Runes, Ethnic Patterns, Weaving Patterns, Print Patterns, Filipino Art

Textile Tribes of the Philippines: Yakan Weaving, Weddings and Wears - Haute Culture Textile Tours

The Yakan are an indigenous Muslim tribe native to the tropical island of Basilian. Located in the Sulu Archipelago in the most southern region of the Philippines, Yakan people are recognised for their remarkable technicolour geometric weaves and the distinctive face decorations used in their traditional ceremonies. The Yakan are kind and loving people that embody a non-materialistic culture and live in close-knit communities. Back in the day Yakan women traditionally made textiles for their…