Material : Native to the Ilocano region of the Philippines, Inabel – also known as Abel – is a durable, colorful fabric made from yarns of cotton. The cotton is harvested, prepared into yarn and then dyed. Weaving Inabel is a labor intensive process – colored dyes must be arranged in a handloom to create various designs.
Design : Binakol (‘binakod’ meaning fenced) also known as binakel, binakael, or binakul, is a variation of the popular abel weave. It is a “twill” or double tone basket- weave pattern that is created using pedal looms or “pangblan”.
Size : Double