Handwoven T'nalak Bag


 One of a kind

Modern design meets an ancient woven pattern. A beautiful clutch bag made from t'nalak, the treasured fabric of the Dreamweavers of the Tboli people in Lake Sebu, South Cotabato, Philippines. The woven t'nalak is made from ikat-dyed abaca fibers and the bag features brass and abaca details.

  • Size: 13" x 7.5" x 2.5"
  • Materials: Ikat-dyed abaca with plant-based pigments, poly lining, brass, abaca details.
  • Make: Handmade with handwoven fabric and hand-dyed t'nalak. Individually sewn and made.
  • Provenance: Lake Sebu, South Cotabato, Philippines - the ancestral home of the Tboli and Blaan people.
  • Patterns: Patterns of the t'nalak are bestowed to the Dreamweavers of the Tboli by Fu Dalu, the spirit guide of weaving.
  • Care: Spot clean only.

Read more about t'nalak handweaving here

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