Habi moves to reintroduce cotton to indigenous weavers

THE Philippine Textile Council holds the eighth installment of the Likhang Habi Market Fair to preserve the indigenous textile industry and reintroduce cotton to local weavers. The three-day fair will open on October 12 at the Activity Center in Glorietta, Makati, and will be attended by more than 80 participating vendors.


Read more: https://businessmirror.com.ph/2018/10/10/habi-moves-to-reintroduce-cotton-to-indigenous-weavers/

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