- Usage & Care
The T'boli community from South Cotobabto are known to be dream weavers as mystical patterns appear in the dreams of the weavers as a calling to weave. As the T'boli do not have a writing system, their history and culture are preserved in the threads of every T'nalak weave. It is said to be the abstract representations of their dreams and beliefs. Woven in fine abaca, the plain variant is a modern take on T'nalak weaving.
Colors may vary slightly from the photo. Material content may also vary depending on the community that wove the fabric.Weave T'nalak
Width 24 inches
Material 100% abaca fiber, natural dye
If there is not enough quantity in stock, you may order this fabric at a minimum of 6 meters. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is how we have used this weave!
Location Lake Sebu, South Cotabato
Woven by Lake Sebu Women Weavers Association
Capacity Weaves an average of 6 meters per 3 months
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Best used for
This fabric can't be used as footwear
Hand Wash, Do Not Bleach, Do Not Soak, Do Not Tumble Dry, Hang To Dry, Do Not Wring or Twist
No possible shrinkage
The dye has a tendency to bleed when washed