SIMPLE WEAVING
Rosel Valenzuela
Weaving is the primary
form of arts and crafts
in Panay island.
It is in Panay where
weaving from
indigenous textiles
such as jusi and pinya
became popular.
 In Iloilo,
weaving
patadyong is
an important
industry.
 Patadyong is
a wrap-
around piece
of cloth worn
by women.
 This type of
clothing is
often
colorful and
features
linear and
geometric
designs.
Patadyong and hablon
are still practiced in
Miag-ao, Iloilo.
In Aklan, weaving baskets,
trays, and mats is popular.
Aklanon
uses
pandan
and bariw
- a type of
pandan.
 Pinya weaving is also a lucrative
industry in Bacolod where materials
are imported from Aklan.
In Valencia, Negros
Oriental,sinamay weaving
is a world-class industry.
Sinamay is made from
abaca twine and
indigenous p...
 Samar is
known for its
beautiful and
colorful hand
woven banig
that are made
from tikog
leaves.
 Aside from mats,
the Warays and
Cebuanos make
baskets, bags
and other
containers that
are both useful
and functional in
...
 In Davao, women weave
abaca fibers to make a
design.
 The weavers, in time, learned
the tie-dyeing technique
called ika...
What a rich cultural
heritage we have!
What if we try weaving
ourselves?
 Today, you are challenged to
make your own simple
weaving design.
 for a fan
 or for a placemat or any
product you can...
You will use colored pages from
magazines and colored paper
to make your SIMPLE
WEAVING.
Can you make up your
own SIMPLE WEAVING
design by just looking
at these examples?
A quick recall:
In PAPER WEAVING
strips of paper are
passed over and under
each other to form a
design.
 Threads that go up and down
in vertical orientation are
called the WARP.
 Threads that go across are
the WEFT.
 Weft i...
The challenge is for you
to use varying lines,
cuts, colors and
number of strips.
Remember the more
original your designs are
– the more interesting
and creative they will be!
Show us that indeed
CREATIVITY starts with
YOU!
HAPPY
WEAVING !
Talking about their work.
 Praise – say something good about
their classmate’s work.
 Question – ask about your
classmat...
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Simple weaving

  1. 1. SIMPLE WEAVING Rosel Valenzuela
  2. 2. Weaving is the primary form of arts and crafts in Panay island.
  3. 3. It is in Panay where weaving from indigenous textiles such as jusi and pinya became popular.
  4. 4.  In Iloilo, weaving patadyong is an important industry.  Patadyong is a wrap- around piece of cloth worn by women.
  5. 5.  This type of clothing is often colorful and features linear and geometric designs.
  6. 6. Patadyong and hablon are still practiced in Miag-ao, Iloilo.
  7. 7. In Aklan, weaving baskets, trays, and mats is popular.
  8. 8. Aklanon uses pandan and bariw - a type of pandan.
  9. 9.  Pinya weaving is also a lucrative industry in Bacolod where materials are imported from Aklan.
  10. 10. In Valencia, Negros Oriental,sinamay weaving is a world-class industry. Sinamay is made from abaca twine and indigenous plan similar to banana.
  11. 11.  Samar is known for its beautiful and colorful hand woven banig that are made from tikog leaves.
  12. 12.  Aside from mats, the Warays and Cebuanos make baskets, bags and other containers that are both useful and functional in the daily lives of the community.
  13. 13.  In Davao, women weave abaca fibers to make a design.  The weavers, in time, learned the tie-dyeing technique called ikat when the designs are woven into fabrics.
  14. 14. What a rich cultural heritage we have! What if we try weaving ourselves?
  15. 15.  Today, you are challenged to make your own simple weaving design.  for a fan  or for a placemat or any product you can invent.
  16. 16. You will use colored pages from magazines and colored paper to make your SIMPLE WEAVING.
  17. 17. Can you make up your own SIMPLE WEAVING design by just looking at these examples?
  18. 18. A quick recall: In PAPER WEAVING strips of paper are passed over and under each other to form a design.
  19. 19.  Threads that go up and down in vertical orientation are called the WARP.  Threads that go across are the WEFT.  Weft is woven over and under the warp.
  20. 20. The challenge is for you to use varying lines, cuts, colors and number of strips.
  21. 21. Remember the more original your designs are – the more interesting and creative they will be!
  22. 22. Show us that indeed CREATIVITY starts with YOU!
  23. 23. HAPPY WEAVING !
  24. 24. Talking about their work.  Praise – say something good about their classmate’s work.  Question – ask about your classmate’s work.  Propose – suggest concrete suggestions to improve your classmate’s work.

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