Yakan Sinaluan 009


100 meter/s left

Swatch size is 5x7"

  • Weave
  • Artisan 
  • Usage & Care
  • The weaves of the Yakan Tennun community in Basilan serve as a testament to the ingenuity of the tribe. Woven in a backstrap loom, the weaver usually weaves under their traditional houses made of stilts to protect them from weather conditions. The Yakan Sinaluan pattern of geometric lines is reminiscent to their local bamboo signifying their collective strength as one community.

    Colors may vary slightly from the photo. Material content may also vary depending on the community that wove the fabric.

     Weave Yakan 
     Width 16 inches
     Material  60% cotton, 40% polyester

    If there is not enough quantity in stock, you may order this fabric at a minimum of 10 meters. Email us at fabrics@anthillfabricgallery.com

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  •  Location Buahan Lamitan City, Basilan
     Woven by Yakan Tennun Community
     Capacity Weaves an average of 25 meters per 2 months per weaver
  •  Best used for
    • Scarves
    • Caps
    • Apparel
    • Homewares
    • Upholstery
    • Uniforms
    • Crafts
    • Bags
    • Neckties

     Fabric Care 
    Machine Wash In Normal Cycle, Hand Wash, Do Not Bleach, Do Not Soak, Do Not Tumble Dry, Hang To Dry, Do Not Wring or Twist, Low Steam/ Iron 

    No possible shrinkage


Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
izakiah feril

the fabric is so good, I love it.. and I love how the management made it easy for me to purchase their fabric.. they're so active and responsive. Thank you Anthill for the smooth transaction❤️

Anne M
Nothing but love and honor ✨

As always, weaves from Anthill never disappoint!
The fabrics are beautiful; I wear them every chance I get.
The team is wonderful; so friendly and accommodating.
And it's a brand that genuinely empowers the artisans and protects our culture; nothing beats authenticity and transparency.