Multifunctional Ikat "Sejauh Humba Ikat"

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Size 8 cm x 200 cm

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A one of a kind multifunctional handwoven ikat to add a spark to your outfit as a waist sash, neck scarf or headband.
This modern pattern portrays the breathtaking rolling hills and sky of Bukit Wairinding - East Sumba, translated in timeless shades of blue, black and deep red. Handwoven using traditional techniques and natural dyeing process by the weavers of Waingapu.

FOR HUMBA WITH LOVE
We specially designed this stunning ikat in 2014 to be handwoven in our favorite colors by the weavers of Waingapu - East Sumba, which is famous for its ikat textiles. It’s a blessing that this remarkable pattern has become the new ikat design in East Sumba, helping the weavers fulfill their needs.

A GIVE-BACK GIFT
Designed & handwoven with love just for you, which is a way of giving back to the rural communities and weavers.
With the proceeds received from the Humba ikat textiles sales, together with Waterhouse Project, we have built a solar pump installation to provide them with clean water supply in Pambotanjara where they previously used to walk for hours to unprotected and unsafe water sources.

Don't see the size you need? Our team will be happy to assist your inquiries on custom sizing or model. Reach us out via email or whatsApp and we will get back to you shortly.

LEUSER - FOREST RESTORATION PROGRAM

Sejauh Mata Memandang is working together with the HAkA Foundation and the Leuser Conservation Forum, and supported by all Sahabat Sejauh who are taking an active role in conserving and protecting the Leuser Ecosystem Area, East Aceh which is the final home for several endangered animals, including the Sumatran elephants, the Sumatran tigers, the Sumatran rhinos and the Sumatran orangutan.

Let's step together, make changes for a better future.

Daur Ulang Sejauh

Sejauh Mata Memandang partners up with EcoTouch in carrying out a clothing recycling program. Clothes that have been collected will be sorted and processed for recycling into insulating fibers, insulators, sound absorbers, threads, and fabrics.