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Nggela is an amazing little weaving village, if you can stomach the journey to get there. Here the villages were showing us how they ferment the indigo used in their phenomenal Ikat weaving.

INDONESIA | Thursday, 15 November 1990 | Views [1472]

Nggela is an amazing little weaving village, if you can stomach the journey to get there. Here the villages were showing us how they ferment the indigo used in their phenomenal Ikat weaving.

Tags: village, dye, indigo, cloth, fabric, culture

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