Embroidered Black Tapis Wrap/Blanket
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A beautiful Itneg tapis from Abra, Philippines. Handwoven and hand-embroidered with elements of nature. The tapis is a traditional wrap worn around the waist that can also be used as a blanket.
- Size: Approximately 41" x 71".
- Make: Individually woven and embroidered with cotton-poly yarns by the culture bearers at the School of Living Traditions, Abra.
- Care: Hand wash and air dry.
ABSOLUTELY STUNNING! words cannot express how proud I am of my heritage, and this malong shows it to the world in every woven thread. the gold color is sharp and looks beautiful! It came fast and well protected and I know there will be countless events I'll be wearing it! store owner was polite and kind and was able to answer questions regarding wanting to learn more about the patterns. thank you!! Maraming Salamat po!
I felt really emotional looking in the mirror wearing this because it reminded me of my mom, my lola and so many other women in my family wearing this in the Philippines.
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