Weaving is a cultural work. Weaving is the result of human handicrafts on fabrics made of yarn, wood fiber, cotton, silk, etc., by inserting crosslinked yarns in longitudinal or lumbar threads.
Broadly speaking, woven fabrics are created in a variety of colors, patterns and decorations, have a very close relationship with knowledge systems, culture, beliefs, environment, nature, and social organization system.
The first step of the weaving process is done by selecting the base material. This base material is used for the manufacture of yarns that will later be woven into fabric.
Yarn for woven fabric, taken from cotton. The cotton will be spun with a special traditional tool, thus the uneven result in the spinning process will create a different motif from one fabric to another.
After the spinning process, continued by dyeing the yarn on the dye. Generally the dye is taken from the leaves of Ru Dao and the root of the Ka'bo tree. And other dyes taken from nature.