The dyeing technique that is used to produce designs on a fabric is known as ikat. This method is used in India, Indonesia, Japan, and Southeast Asian countries and was brought by traders to Europe and South American countries. Each weaving group has its own design, styles and color preferences.
In this method, bundles of yarn were tightly wrapped together and then dyed as many times as needed to create the desired pattern on the fabric. The weavers use skilled accuracy to line up the individual strands on the loom in order to produce the desired pattern. Warp ikat, weft ikat, and double ikat are the three different varieties of ikat weaving processes.
Ang Ikat ay isang pamamaraan ng pagtitina sa mga tela na may tatlong uri: warp ikat, weft ikat, at double ikat.
Source: Ross, C. (2015). All you need to know about Ikat weaving. The Sustainable Fashion Collective. Retrieved from https://www.the-sustainable-fashion-collective.com/2015/08/28/need-know-ikat-weaving
This project is in line with the observance of 2021 Year of Filipino Pre-Colonial Ancestors (YFPCA), by virtue of Proclamation No. 1128, s. 2021.
Sa pamamagitan ng Museo ng Muntinlupa at UP College of Home Economics Costume Museum, ang glosaryong ito ay magtatampok ng iba’t ibang kasuotang Pilipino, magmula sa aksesorya ng ulo hanggang sa saplot sa paa.
Art by Andrei Mendiola
Graphics by Xena Cabahug
Research by China Ho, Dan Racca, and Sophia Luces
Text by Angelene Payte
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