Handwoven Fabric

The vibrant colors of these fabrics are a true reflection of the rich cultural heritage and artistic skills of the local community in Nusa Tenggara Timur, a region in east Indonesia. The intricate weaving techniques employed by these skilled artisans result in stunning and vivid patterns that capture the essence of their surroundings. Each fabric tells a unique story, showcasing the diverse flora, fauna, and landscapes of this beautiful region. From striking reds and oranges to vibrant blues and greens, these fabrics are a visual feast for the eyes. The local community takes great pride in their craft, and their passion and dedication are evident in every thread. These fabrics not only add a touch of vibrant color to any space but also serve as a beautiful representation of the rich cultural heritage of Nusa Tenggara Timur.

Buna Karawang Red

Our hand woven fabrics are extremely versatile. Its uses are very diverse, from clothing, skirts, scarves, applications for making bags, shoes, wallets, to home decorations, and so on.

Biboki Red

Our fabrics are made in a very traditional way by local women around Nusa Tenggara. Besides that, most of the colors use natural dyes so that they can produce a rustic and homely feel.


The complexity of the motifs for each cloth varies as well as the length of time it takes to make them. Generally, cloth is made in a span of one to two months, some even up to one year in the making. Most of the motifs on these fabrics will look the same on the front and back.

Buna Karawang Yellow

With a variety of designs and motifs, no fabric will look exactly the same. There are so many combinations. This is what makes each of our woven fabrics very special because they give the users the same special taste and exclusivity.

Biboki & Ende

However, we really want to celebrate the beauty of the work of our local artisans who got their skills from their ancestors. It's a masterpiece that deserves to be represented in everyday life.

Ayo Tupas