Ikat

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The authentic Indonesian fabric Ikat produced by local Indonesian craftsmen are true pieces of art, woven thread by thread. It takes around 45 steps to bring life to the cloth, which can take a month up to a year. Such as the spinning of the yarn, making the design and the dyeing of the threads. The cloths are known for their complex dyeing process.The result: a unique cloth with a soul. Learn more: https://laras.exposure.co/ikat
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Weaving, Tana Toraja:    Old woman making a traditional ikat at Sa'Dan To Barana weaving village.  Tana Toraja, south Sulawesi, Indonesia.

Weaving, Tana Toraja: Old woman making a traditional ikat at Sa'Dan To Barana weaving village. Tana Toraja, south Sulawesi, Indonesia.

Utang (sarong) - Ikat from Sikka, Flores, Indonesia

Utang (sarong) - Ikat from Sikka, Flores, Indonesia

Ikat from Lio, Flores, Indonesia

Ikat from Lio, Flores, Indonesia

~ Flores, Nage Keo - Selimut (blanket),detail

~ Flores, Nage Keo - Selimut (blanket),detail

Warp Ikat Sarung from Flores, Indonesia. Cotton, Natural Dyes - Threads of Life

Warp Ikat Sarung from Flores, Indonesia. Cotton, Natural Dyes - Threads of Life

The making of IKAT/Kain Tenun,  Flores, Indonesia

The making of IKAT/Kain Tenun, Flores, Indonesia

Tenun Ikat from Flores, Indonesia

Tenun Ikat from Flores, Indonesia

Ikat weaving in Watublapi, Flores (Indonesia) - (Flickr user: loeffle)

Ikat weaving in Watublapi, Flores (Indonesia) - (Flickr user: loeffle)

INDONESIA PHOTO. FLORES ISLANDS NATIVES, DRESSED WITH IKATS.

INDONESIA PHOTO. FLORES ISLANDS NATIVES, DRESSED WITH IKATS.

The natural dyed threads used for the fine ikat weaving of Watublapi, Flores in Indonesia. Love these earthy tones! #PinUpLive

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The natural dyed threads used for the fine ikat weaving of Watublapi, Flores in Indonesia. Love these earthy tones! #PinUpLive

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