This unique textile was made by a mother and daughter working togeher over the course of five months. The mother created the mud dye /tannin ikat work, while her daughter created the warp-wrap buna technique that you find in the middle of the cloth. The motif, ma’kai bia suna, represents interconnectedness between the ancestors, the land, and the human world. Threads of Life works to sustain all traditional weaving and natural dye techniques made by generations gone before while maintaining healthy eco-systems.
Whether used as a table runner or draped over a chair, this cloth will certainly be a conversation starter. As it was made by a mother and daughter - would'nt this be a nice gift for Mother's Day or a birthday?
Information about the makers will be supplied with each cloth. Warp ikat and supplementary warp wrap, single panel with twisted fringe, commercial cotton, natural dyes. Ikat tied, dyed and woven in Amanuban, Timor, 2023. Size 208 x 51 cm / 82 x 20 in
With questions or for assistance, please contact email@example.com, stating the product name and its SKU (listed under the price). Shipping is free, but customs duty and sales tax levied by the destination country will not be added. Any customs duty and sales tax will be payable by the customer. All sales are final and no returns will be accepted.