Hand-loomed 100% Philippine Cotton Patadyong

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Hand-loomed 100% Philippine Cotton Patadyong

120.00

This traditional patadyong (also patadlog) is a tube skirt worn by Visayan women predating Spanish colonization. The plaid patterns are said to have been from textile trade with India, particularly from Madras.  Patadyongs are the Visayan version of the malong from Minadanao. 

These special Patadyongs are developed by husband and wife team, Banj and Mike Claparols, from raw materials (Philippine cotton) to production (weaving and dyeing). Their social enterprise supports the weaving community in Kabankalan, Negros Occidental, Philippines, a mountainous area two hours outside of Bacolod City. 

For each purchase, a portion goes to the Nutrition Program of Colombo, Elementary School in Kabankalan. 

These Patadyongs come in one size, measuring 74"(circumference of the tube) x 40 1/2" (length) 

Price is in USD, includes shipping within Canada and the US. This item ships out of Toronto. Allow 1-5 business days within Canada, 7-10 business days for delivery outside of Canada. For expedited shipping options, please contact us info@vintaTO.com

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