One Day In The Rock: The view of Corregidor Island.
Through the cooperation of the Caceres Social Foundation, a church-based organization, the weavers became the happy, grateful and appreciative recipients of 40 handlooms and 6 sewing machines, which they need to produce and earn more.
The converters are all busy trading the products in the region, especially in the growth areas, while others are waiting at home for the regular buyers to pick-up their blankets. To the women of Buhi, handloom weaving is an age-old skill. The hinabol was also used as a strainer for rice flour that is used in making local delicacies.
This being the case, the traditional handloom weaving in many parts of the region became extinct but never in Buhi. According to the weavers we interviewed, their lives will not be complete without weaving, so they are here to stay.
The Buhi weavers were among the clusters in the wearables and homestyle sector being assisted by DTI-Camarines. Since then, the group was provided with an outpouring assistance from the department. Since then, the group was given the rare opportunity to join trade fairs not only in the region, but also in Metro Manila.
However, lack of equipment were among their concerns, hence the provision of the Shared Service Facility to the BOKPA was well appreciated by the group. We love weaving, this is us, this is our heritage, this is our life. Buhi weavers Life is busy for the handloom weavers in the quaint town of Buhi.
The homes are alive with twirls and colors of the threads and fabrics, people are happy and contented, tradition is preserved. Mala-uyay is now in business Susan Abad is a young grandmother. She used to be a tailor in Manila who came back to Buhi to raise her family. Although a skilled sewer, she was not able to use her skills fully because of lack of opportunities in Buhi.
She weaved blankets like the others Because her neighbors are into weaving, she also learned the craft and became a weaver and sold her products as blankets as the norm in the town. From them on, she made bags out of her woven fabrics and sold the same in town.
She said that she became so passionate with bags, that when she sees a new design, she would not stop until she examined it carefully and imagined how it was done. Among the bestseller bags in Buhi is a knapsack that looks like a shoe. An electricity bill collector came one day wearing a shoe-like bag.
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Apr 02, · Last year, it was March 13, , we had a travel in the island of Corregidor. The island is located 48 kilometers west of Manila, strategically found in the entrance of Manila Bay.
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