Traditional Thai Weaving Style, Nakhon Pathom – Thailand – The other afternoon I learned traditional Thai weaving style at Sampran Riverside, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand. Ikat (n) — a term adopted from Indonesia word “menikat,” which means “to bind, tie or wrap around” – is known in Thai… Continue Reading

The Man Who Sold the Halmahera – Just want the world to know… that I love North Halmahera so so so much! This is Katreji ladies, and I. Such a fun afternoon. It was AMAZING! Photo by hafidz novalsyah. I was wearing a classic tee… Continue Reading

The Travel Junkie in Ikat Style – Oh my. I found this old photos of my friends and I in Ikat style in the National Alliance of Indigenous People Congress. And, I totally choked up with delight and nostalgia. It our Ikat style. Wear a… Continue Reading

Because We Are @Tenoon_Ethnic – Do you have any traditional textiles and clueless what to do with it? Send it to us! We’ll turn it into strong, beautiful bags. Ready to follow your adventure. Because we are Tenoon Project : bag lover, Indonesian… Continue Reading

Hand Woven Ikats From Sumba – Sumbanese ikat is the most dramatic, and arguably best-executed in Indonesia. It’s very highly prized by collectors, as natural dyes still predominate: earthy orange-red from the kombu tree bark, indigo blue, and yellow hues derived from loba leaves.… Continue Reading