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Textile Tribes of the Philippines: The Tboli Dream Weavers - Haute Culture Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Tribal Patterns, Textile Patterns, Floral Patterns, Cultural Patterns, Philippines Culture, Weaving Textiles

Textile Tribes of the Philippines: The Tboli Dream Weavers - Haute Culture Textile Tours

Scattered in stilt houses surrounding scenic Lake Sebu live the textile tribal people known as the Tboli. One of the Philippines 80+ indigenous ethnic linguistic groups, the Tboli people live a simple life balancing modernization with their traditional culture of farming, fishing, and craftsmanship. Labeled as the Dream Weavers the Tboli are famous for diligently transforming the natural Abaca plant into a magnificent mystic material known as the T’nalak. These distinctive sacred symmetrical…

Karayan - river (dots added for look), upper line represents new life/birth, lower line represents (gateway to) death, together = continuity of life tattoos pictures tattoos flag tattoos philippines tattoos sun Sun Tattoos, Tribal Tattoos, Philippines Tattoo, Baybayin, Filipino Tribal, Filipino Tattoos, Samoan Tattoo, Traditional Tattoo, Picture Tattoos

Karayan - river (dots added for look), upper line represents new life/birth, lower line represents (gateway to) death, together = continuity of life

Philippine T'nalak Fabric ONE YARD  by GidasTnalakandLAHI on Etsy, $35.00 Ikat Fabric, Green Fabric, Textiles, Textile Patterns, Condo Interior Design, Philippines Culture, Culture Clothing, Green Pattern, Shades Of Green

Philippine T'nalak Ikat Fabric by the yard Spiderweb | Etsy

T'nalak is a rare and sacred fabric similar to hemp woven in the remote mountains of South Cotabato Philippines. The ancient tradition of weaving a typically 10 meter roll is a painstaking 60-90 day process that begins when the weaver is seized by visions of patterns in her dreams. -----DIMENSIONS & FEATURES------------------ This particular pattern is called Spiderweb and comes in a rich shade of green. Width 21.75 inches X Length 1 yard The fabric is a fire retardant and very durable…

Philippines: Gaddang textile beading--reproductions of Gaddang textiles, made by the Gaddang people of northeastern Luzon. these reproductions, handwoven are traditionally decorated with tiny white beads Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Philippines Fashion, Philippines Culture, Ethnic Patterns, Textile Patterns, Vintage Embroidery, Beaded Embroidery, Filipino Fashion

The fabric of the past

I've been interested in traditional, usually handmade textiles for many years - particularly those from Southeast Asia. I've never been able to afford to buy very valuable textiles, but over the years some of the bits of cloth in my collection - a grand word for the piles of fabric around my house - have become rare or are no longer available. It's sad to see such beautiful creations disappearing, but making hand-woven or richly embroidered textiles, except for the grandest occasions, is…

Philippine T'nalak (Ikat) Fabric by the yard - Spiderweb B&W . Sustainability Projects, Picnic Blanket, Outdoor Blanket, Condo Interior Design, Ikat Fabric, Wabi Sabi, Sustainable Living, Filipino Wedding, Weaving

Philippine T'nalak (Ikat) Fabric by the yard - Spiderweb B&W

T'nalak is a rare and sacred fabric similar to hemp woven in the remote mountains of South Cotabato Philippines. The ancient tradition of weaving a typically 10 meter roll is a painstaking 60-90 day process that begins when the weaver is seized by visions of patterns in her dreams. -----DIMENSIONS & FEATURES------------------ This particular pattern is called Crabman and comes in black and the natural abaca color Width 21.75 inches X Length 1 yard The fabric is a fire retardant and very…

Two headed eagle from Biag ni Lam Ang Legend. Filipino Culture, Philippines, Tatting, Weaving, Textiles, Ethnic, Pattern, Eagle, Fabrics

Two headed eagle from Biag ni Lam Ang Legend. Ilocano inabel, pinilian weave

PHILIPPINE TEXTILE Philippines Culture, Culture Clothing, Filipiniana, Colonial, Weave, Textiles, Inspiration, Design, Art

PHILIPPINE TEXTILE 131

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