Abra Artworks

Abra Artworks (Textile)

The original settlers of Abra are the ancestors of bontocs and Ifugaos. When they left Abra, the Tingguians and Itnegs dominated the province until the coming of the Iloconos for trade but later they were driven up the mountains.

The people of abra use natural dye and still practicing loom weaving and they emblellish the woven fabric cloth of embroideries in their fabrics.

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lana lane A Roxas said...

this lesson is interesting and useful to us not only to us,it can also use by our country because this arts and crafts may improve our economy and we can share it to other country.It can also used as our furniture,decoration etc.

Ashley Mandal said...

Having this as a part of the curriculum is very helpful to us, students. This shows how creative Filipinos are, and also how we appreciate the hardwork of our fellowmen.

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