Within Toraja (a city in South Sulawesi, Indonesia), lies the cultural heritage of creating handwoven textiles by backstrap loom weaving, called Tenun. The wallet is made from the Tenun motif called Mata pa’. Its name derives from the word “Pa”, which means chisel. So, the word Mata pa’ becomes the edge of the chisel, which is why the pattern of this motif has square shapes. Weavers created this motif with the colour palette inspired by summer and winter.
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