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Natural Dyes on Sumba Weaving Fabrics PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Friday, 14 June 2019
Local wisdom is owned by every community that lives very close to nature and culture. Customary values ​​help maintain a harmonious relationship between humans and nature. One of them is owned by the Sumba community.

 

Sumba is one of the islands in the southern part of the small Sumba archipelago with its hills covered in stretches of savannah grasslands that are very eye-catching. The mainland of Sumba saves natural beauty and unique biological wealth. His biological wealth is reflected in Sumba ikat woven cloth which is of high value because it uses natural coloring from plants.

 

Sumba people have been producing woven fabrics for centuries. There are several types of sumba woven fabric, some are called hinggi, namely fabrics for men and laupahikung, namely sarongs for women. In addition to its motives, the uniqueness of Sumba woven fabric is in the use of natural dyes used. Some are from leaves, roots, and bark as the basic ingredients of the coloring.

 

The coloring or dyeing process can take a very long time because it is adjusted to the growth of coloring plants in certain seasons, a complicated process and requires patience. Because it depends on natural ingredients, the choice of colors is also limited.

 

In addition to relying on natural mercy, the Sumba people also plant several coloring plants. The fate of Sumba woven fabric is very dependent on the sustainability of coloring plants and of course the people of Sumba are very aware of this so that harmonious relations with nature remain sustainable.

 

 
		
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