The Fabulous Biboki weaving of Timor!

January 30, 2016

Double Sided supplementary weft (or warp?) weave from the Biboki people of Timor.

 

An antique example: A betel nut bag:

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A vintage example:

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And a fantastic paper about the weaving culture of the region that touches upon this style.

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