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Binakol Fabric, SM Twister Pattern


In the most northern tip of the Filipino Island chain, tribal women create Binakol hand-woven fabrics that are inspired by wind. These fabrics are usually characterized by black and white color combinations with a mesmerizing op-art, 3-D “twister” pattern. Made on small width wood looms, the black and white fabric is an important source of income for mostly women weavers and sewers. The weaving technique is a traditional practice that is threatened by machine-made inexpensive fabrics. The Binakol fabric is approximately 25" wide and made of 100% polyester. There are approximately 30 yards per master roll and a limited supply. The continuous pattern can slightly vary from each cut piece. It is recommended to order more than you need for your project. Dry clean. Indoor only. Two styles available.

*Cut to order by the 2-yard minimum*

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