23" x 108"
Features a repeat of a stylized version of the traditional Mangyan symbol, the 'pakudos', believed to ward off evil spirits. The thin lines in between they call 'zinniper' as they look like zippers!
This fabric is woven on a traditional backstrap loom and is sold by the piece.
100% cotton with indigo, handwoven by indigenous female artisans
Fabric has selvedge edge on long sides and fringe on short sides.
Variation in color and pattern may occur from the hand-dying process and the hand of the weaver.
Wash separately on cold, as the indigo will bleed. Hang to dry.
10% of all purchases are donated to Mangyan community projects