We only made 1pc of this, so this is definitely one of a kind. Sadyang para sa'yo. Parang ikaw, walang katulad.
In the beautiful Lake Sebu in South Cotabato, there lived the Tboli people. They have a traditional cloth called the T'nalak, made of Abaca fibers, hand woven into perfection, just by following their dreams.
This particular Tnalak cloth is flown in to Manila and made into a bag by the craftsmen of Marikina, embellished with a recycled necklace woven by the wives of the fishermen of Dumaguete.
From the weaving of the cloth in Cotabato, to the bead works in Marawi to the final stop in Marikina, it took us 6 months to finish this bag.
On sale for a limited time only.