Abaca Pinangabol

 Daraghuyan Bukidnon Tribe, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato

ABACA PINANGABOL STRIPE

ABACA PINANGABOL STRIPE

  • 100% abaca fiber, synthetic dye
  • Width 16"
As the T'boli do not have a writing system, their history and culture are preserved in the threads of every T'nalak weave. This variant of the weave showcases a pattern using a color outside of the better-known palette of red, white, and black.
ABACA PINANGABOL PLAIN

ABACA PINANGABOL PLAIN

  • 100% abaca fiber, synthetic dye
  • Width 16"
The Abaca Pinangabol has long been produced by the women of the Daraghuyan tribe as their source of livelihood, using threads from the abaca readily available in their environment for their creations.
ABACA PINANGABOL IKAT

ABACA PINANGABOL IKAT

  • 100% abaca fiber, synthetic dye
  • Width 16"
The Ikat variation of the Pinangabol features stripes of two-toned gradients that put a modern twist on the traditional material. These are often used for clutches, pouches, and other accessories.
ABACA PINANGABOL KALANDRAKAS

ABACA PINANGABOL KALANDRAKAS

  • 100% abaca fiber, synthetic dye
  • Width 16"
As opposed to the clearer, bolder patterns designed for the Pinangabol, the Kalandrakas features streaks of dyed hues to complement the natural color of abaca fibers.

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