T'nalak - Duon Basag (palm leaf)
T'nalak - Duon Basag (palm leaf)
T'nalak - Duon Basag (palm leaf)
T'nalak - Duon Basag (palm leaf)
T'nalak - Duon Basag (palm leaf)
T'nalak - Duon Basag (palm leaf)

T'nalak - Duon Basag (palm leaf)

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  •  Lang Dulay
  • Lake Sebu, South Cotabato
  • 100% abaca fiber, natural dye
  •  Width 23"
  • Colors may vary slightly from the photo. Material content is 100% abaca fiber and coloring is a mix of natural and synthetic dye depending on the community that wove the fabric.

The design patterns of Doun Basag illustrates the connection of the weavers to the environment. Its name directly translates to "palm leaf" where basag (palm) is a significant tree that is a source of tifas (wine) that represents friendship

By: Delmo Dulay

All ANTHILL items are made of artisanal hands using hand- loomed fabrics as the focal material. Every piece goes through a slow and rigorous production process. As it is handmade, each weave is unique and you might find inconsistencies on the fabric. We trust that you understand the intricacies of every weave and find beauty in the imperfections.

All weaves used in our apparel line are test washed based on color fastness and shrinkage. As most of these fabrics are a blend of cotton and polyester, they are safe to be machine-washed. If unsure, always play safe and go with hand wash.

WASHING. You may hand wash or machine wash your apparel weaves in cold water using mild detergent at low spin cycle. Hang the clothes to air dry. Zero waste weaves and weaves in natural fiber must be hand washed in cold water.

IRONING. Always set your iron in low to medium heat. Use a spray bottle and spray water to straighten out the wrinkles. Turn the garment inside out when ironing.

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