Lifestyle.Inquirer.NET: How Habi makes a difference in the lives of Filipino weavers

In 2016, in a meeting with weavers from Kabankalan, Negros Occidental, Negrense entrepreneur Michael Claparols learned about the poor sales of their woven runners, shawls and placemats. The products used polyester threads which, although cheap, paled in comparison to the fine and nubby texture of cotton.

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Business World: Likhang Habi aims to preserve textile industry.

LIKHANG HABI, an annual event that promotes “the preservation and creative enhancement of the indi…

How a community in Ifugao finds a place in the modern world for traditional textiles

Seven hours away from Cubao, nestled in the mountains of Ifugao, is the small town of Kiangan. It ha…