The Untold Sacred Weaving of Ifugaos

At Kiangan, the birthplace of Ifugao, weaving has always been a part of the community’s daily activities. May it be for economic purposes, cultural preservation or personal use. The Ifugaos of Kiangan either practice traditional weaving which follows old-age techniques passed on through generations, or the ikat, where bundles of yarn are tightly wrapped together and dyed as many times to create a desired pattern or design. 


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