Bogambilya Textile Wall Hanging


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  •   WEAVER: Jessica Ouano

    This textile wall hanging is inspired by exotic tropical flowers found in the Philippines. The pattern on the weave is meant to represent gradient flower petals and the beads are meant to represent tiny dewdrops. The textile is made out of upcycled materials such as a deadstock polyester sewing thread sourced from a local clothing factory and handwoven abaca pinangabol scrap fabric that was taken apart and rewoven into this textile. The textile wall hanging comes with metal hooks attached to the back of the wood. 

    A weave of dreams

    Jessica discovered her passion for sustainable fashion and the textile industry in her immersion with a weaving community


    Textile:   7 (length) x 7 1/2 (height) inches
    Wood:   10 (length) x 3/4 (width) x 1 3/8 (height) inches


    • Handwoven fabric made with a combination deadstock 100% polyester sewing thread and scrap Abaca pinangabol fabric
    • Reclaimed wood
    • Wooden beads

    6 1/2 hours 

      KILOS OF SCRAPS USED FOR THE PROJECT: around 0.002 kilos

    Product colours may vary slightly due to the lighting in the photo or the settings of your computer/mobile phone monitor.

    Due to the handmade nature of our products, actual product dimensions may vary by around ±3%.


    Avoid moisture and any sharp objects that may snag on the yarn of the textile. To remove any dust build-up, lightly brush with a soft feather-duster or use a lint roller. You may also vacuum the textile using a soft brush head on the lowest setting possible. 

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