‘Likhang Habi Fair’ spotlights Filipino weavers’ craft anew

HABI the Philippine Textile Council continues to promote the “preservation and creative enhancement of the indigenous textile industry through entrepreneurship and synergy” via the eighth edition of the “Likhang Habi Fair,” which annually features the works of master weavers across the country.

The council therefore promises the finest in Philippine-made textile products to comprise 2018’s trade fair, dubbed “Woven Voyages.”

The three-day trade event pays tribute to the country’s traditional weavers who hail from communities supported by Habi. Their unique skills in weaving fabrics were given tremendous exposure during the previous fairs and this expertise has since become a viable source of income for them.

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