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Arts and crafts of luzon

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Leila Albesa

on 30 March 2016

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Transcript of Arts and crafts of luzon

Attire, Fabrics, and Tapestries
Jusi
is a fine transparent fabric woven from silk and piña threads which originated during the Spanish colonial period. It is usually used in making barong.

Barong Tagalog
is an embroidered formal shirt which is considered the national dress of the Philippines. It is lightweight and worn untucked over an undershirt.

Iloco/ Inabel Fabric
It is made from cotton that undergoes the pains of taking binatbatan or beating of the cotton balls using bamboo sticks to separate the seeds during the initial stage. It will then by dyed by the natural "sagut" of the artificial dyes for commercial purposes.

Arts and crafts of luzon
ice breaker!

Who is the philippine president who made barong tagalog as his formal attire?
Banig
a handwoven mat usually used in Philippines for sleeping and sitting.  
The mat is made of buri, (palm,pandanus or sea grass leaves.) The leaves are dried, usually dyed, then cut into strips and woven into mats, which may be plain or intricate.

Bahag
a loincloth that was commonly used throughout the Philippines before the arrival of European colonizers, and which is used by some indigenous tribes of the Philippines today - most notably the Cordillerans in Northern Luzon.
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