This sarong was woven in Bokon, a village in Timor, Indonesia.
It has been sewn in tube form and if opened up will make a perfect blanket, bed cover, wall hanging and in all sewing projects.
Great for the boho and eclectic home interior. Will look great for kids room too.
▪︎60cm x 110cm (23.5" x 43.25")
▪︎hand spun cotton
▪︎mixture of natural and synthetic dyes
▪︎dry clean only
This sarong has been woven using a technique called buna. It is where colourful threads are being wrapped around the warp between passes of the weft. A piece of garment like this sarong can take months to complete.
The threads have also been hand spun which would add to the amount of time needed to make it.
Woven in three pieces and sewn together to form one big piece.
In big frog motif, symbolising fertility and abundant sustenance.
**pictures are very close representation of the colours but not 100% due to different light conditions and different viewing screens. Please sent me a message if you would like more informations.