A handcrafted fabric created by master weavers in Myanmar. This Ikat design is inherent to Inle lake in Shan state. The tie-dye process is a skilful technique performed by both master dyers and weavers woven locally on a backstrap loom.
We are working with women weavers across Myanmar’s ethnic groups, celebrating their sense of community and identity as well as the exceptional craftmanship embedded in their textiles. Our charitable mission supports the weavers to earn sustainable income and helps preserve Myanmar’s diverse textile traditions.
Sold per piece and available in two sizes:
50cm x 100cm
50cm x 200cm
Colours can be customised, please see our colour palette.
For contract purposes, the design can be woven using sustainably sourced synthetic yarns.
Due to the handcrafted nature of this fabric, there may be small variations in size and pattern, all of which are a part of the authentic creation process that sets these fabrics apart.