Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
Kalinga  Woven Scarf
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Kalinga Woven Scarf

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These beautifully crafted scarves were designed by Ophelia Bawer-Addom and weaved by Ip-Ay of Lubuagan, Mabilong, Kalinga Province. It features designs like the lilagtub derived from the word "lagtob" meaning in succession. This is the "eye" design. The silayyuti derived from "sayyuti" (chayore/mirliton squash)

”Kalinga weavers utilize indigenous raw materials taken from abaca, cogon, maguey, and banana then braid them with cotton or polyester textile. There are new innovative products finding demand even in international markets that include dining accessories like placemats and table runners. The most usual items produced are sashes, skirts, capes, loincloths, headbands, blouses, blankets, underskirts, pouches, and bags. 

Kalinga weaving was discovered way back in the 18th century. It has continued to evolve through the centuries and has produced the more fashionable style called Ginamat design. Ginamat is a pattern that is twilled and decorated using silk embroidery. “ - Barong Warehouse 


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