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Definition Weaving is the primary form of arts andcrafts in Panay island. Name of Presenter Position Department/College
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.Name of PresenterPositionDepartment/College
Patadyong and hablon are still practiced in Miag-ao, Iloilo.Name of PresenterPositionDepartment/College
In Aklan, weaving baskets, trays, and mats is popular.Name of PresenterPositionDepartment/College
Aklanon uses pandan and bariw - a type of pandan.Name of PresenterPositionDepartment/College
Pinya weaving is also a lucrative industry in Bacolod where materials are imported from Aklan.Name of PresenterPositionDepartment/College
In Valencia, Negros Oriental,sinamay weaving is a world-class industry. Sinamay is made from abaca twine and indigenous plan similar to banana.Name of PresenterPositionDepartment/College
Samar is known for its beautiful and colorful hand woven banig that are made from tikog leaves.Name of PresenterPositionDepartment/College
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.Name of PresenterPositionDepartment/College
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.Name of PresenterPositionDepartment/College
What a rich cultural heritage we have! What if we try weaving ourselves?Name of PresenterPositionDepartment/College
• Today, you are challenged to make your own simple weaving design. • for a fan • or for a placemat or any product you can invent.Name of PresenterPositionDepartment/College
You will use colored pages from magazines and colored paper to make your SIMPLE WEAVING.Name of PresenterPositionDepartment/College
Can you make up your own SIMPLE WEAVING design by just looking at these examples?Name of PresenterPositionDepartment/College
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 is woven over and under the warp.Name of PresenterPositionDepartment/College
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!Name of PresenterPositionDepartment/College
HAPPY WEAVING !Name of PresenterPositionDepartment/College
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.Name of PresenterPositionDepartment/College