Wordless Wednesday: Indonesian Traditional Fabrics...w/LINKY


One amazing fact about my Wonderful Indonesia is its amazing collections of traditional fabrics.

And I am totally falling in love to each and every one of them ;D>....

Let's peep my cherished colorful heritage through some of my private collection, shall we ..


My blue-and-purple 'Songket' (traditional hand-woven fabrics) Bali and turquoise-fuschia Songket Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara....

My 'Tenun Ikat' or traditional woveb fabrics from Atambua and Insana, North Nusa Tenggara...
My purple Balinese Songket or hand-woven fabrics made of gold and colorful threads :D>..


My Ulap Doyo bag, traditional woven fabrics from East Kalimantan..faithfully accompanying me in GE :)

Lampungnese Traditional patterns of  'Siger' (Lampungnese head piece) and elephants playing football :D..


Other Atambua traditional weavings.....These ones are not mine..yet :D>

Posing with my hubby wearing Tapis, Lampungnese traditional hand-woven fabrics fully adorned with gold threads..

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10 comments:

  1. I adore all the colors. I think the differences in fashion between there and here in the US are fascinating.

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    1. True...I also love all those brights colors...but some of my ancient collections are dominated by earthy colors...not so flashy, but still elegantly beautiful :D..

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  2. all about of purple yaa.. hihihi...
    eh belum punya Karawo ya mbak?? dari gorontalo :p

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    1. Belum nih Nophi...eh, itu beda dengan karawang ngg ya? punya 1, belum diapa2in :D...

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    1. iya mba Lidyaaa....ayoo dilengkapi koleksinyaa :D...

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  4. Those are some beautiful fabrics! My Step Grandma was from the Philippines. She always had some pretty clothes. I just remember the fabrics.

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    1. Thanks Alissa....I really love those fabrics...keep adding my collections from all over the country :D...

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  5. I am always fascinated with the colors of Indonesian fabrics. It always looks so beautiful on their dark skin too!

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    1. thanks Theresa...I fall in love with those colors..and true, it matches our skin color :D...

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