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T’NALAK is made from Abaca fiber.
Woven from back-strap looms by the T’boli women of Lake Sebu in South Cotabato, Mindanao using the ikat – resist-dye method. T’nalak is traditionally used for wrap skirts.
TESOROS Everyday Filipiniana version converts it into a vest.
The traditional patterns of black (from leaves of the kenalum tree) and red (from roots of the lokoh tree) and the natural beige of abaca remain .
Sizes Available: 10, 12, 14
*TESOROS carries the fabrics on stock and can execute your made-to-measure order, custom-made especially for you.