The textiles of Miomafo area in West Timor are known for their indigo work with intricate ikat and these patterns are a reference to the ritual belts worn by the Meo warriors called paos kenat. A textile like this is called a beit ana and traditionally is used as a shoulder cloth by women for ceremonies and special occasions.
This indigo dyed ikat textile works well as a table runner or can be worn as a scarf. A textile such as this would take up to 3 months to make.
Information about the makers will be supplied with each cloth. Warp ikat, single panel, open fringe, commercial cotton, natural dyes. Ikat tied, woven and dyed in Miomafo, Timor, 2021. Size 164 x 18 cm / 64.5 x 7 in
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