Bunong Blanket

A blanket (in Bunong called Yoss Kaong) is normally a mix of black, red and white colors and its patterns are trees, mountains, humans, river banks and houses. Most parts of a blanket are pattern. There are two sizes of blankedts, they are 250x300cm and 250x400cm. To weave a Silk Sarong, Bunong people need to spend 180 days. But normally, they will spend 2 years to make a blanket (two harvest seasons). It can be used as a Nass or as a blanket. The blanket can be used to cover all members of a family in a house.

Click here to see our posters of Traditional Bunong Weaving and Patterns

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