Tais sabu (KE) Man's cloth wrap
This style of cloth is made from two panels hand-stitched together. The blue on black motifs are made from indigo and mud - dyeing. This cloth was traditionally worn for an annual ceremoony, usually held in September, invoking rain, performed by men at the peak of Mt Ilat Laun.
|Year of Making||unknown|
|Materials||Handspun cotton and natural dyes|
|Technique||Resist-dyed single-warp ikat woven on a back-strap loom|
|Length x Width||208cm x 141cm|