Tinalak is a traditional fabric/cloth derived entirely from interwoven abaca fibres. This rare material originates from the Tboli people of the Philippines and uses the principle tones of abaca leaves as well as plant dyes to create variation in colour. Its straw-like texture is refined enough to make it surprisingly soft and flexible with a polished finish to top it off - a natural, exotic alternative to standard millinery fabric with application extending not only to fascinator creation but to hardier constructions such as bags or embroidery.
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