Get to Know About Inuh Tie Fabric in South Lampung

There are many handicrafts in various areas that tourists must know. Especially if you stop in South Lampung. Here, the Inuh tie cloth is being introduced to tourists. The Regional National Craft Council (Dekranasda) and the Tourism and Culture Office (Disparbud) of South Lampung, are actively promoting tourist objects in the Krakatau gate district, one […]

Polatique Tenun – Gallery of Handmade Weaving Fabric Craft with Heritage Value from Depok, West Java

Indonesia has large number of cultural heritage. One of them is the traditional handicraft that produced with modern and contemporary touch to catch market. Weaving is one of cultural art of Indonesia garment which produced in various regions across the archipelago (Sumatra, Borneo, Bali, Sulawesi, Lombok, Sumbawa and many more). Weaving has a meaning, historical […]

Loekeli Tenun Ikat – Creation of Handwoven Ikat Fabric of Rote, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT)

Loekeli Tenun Ikat is craft center of ikat woven fabric that originated from Rote, NTT. Rote is an island in NTT that located at the southern of the Indonesia country and as one of well-known traditional ikat fabrics in Indonesia, handwoven ikat fabric from Rote has its special ethnic motif and color. It is fully handwoven and taking several […]

DEWI SHINTA – The Center of Ikat Weaving and Weaving Batik Craft from Troso Village, Jepara, Central Java

Troso Village, Pecangaan District, Jepara Regency is an ikat weaving crafts center and is the superior product from Jepara regency after the furniture industry. Troso Village is located about 15 Km north -east city of Jepara. Many craftsmen developed at this time to Troso increasingly recognized as cluster of home industry ATBM (Alat Tenun Bukan […]

Weaving products from Indonesia include weaving fabric, weaving cloth and many more.

Weaving Fabrics Craftsman In Kediri – East Java

Indonesia is well known for beautifully patterned Batik, Songket and Ikat fabrics. Dyes made from roots and leaves, colour cotton and silk fibres to produce traditional fabrics for clothing. Here is the weaving craftsman from Kediri, East Java. This weaving fabric workshop produces weaving products, such as; weaving sarong, ikat weaving, weaving fabrics. Those products […]