What We Do

  • The Story of HABI, The Philippine Textile Council

    Since HABI, The Philippine Textile Council was organized 10 years ago, there has been a resurgence in the handloom weaving industry not just in the Cordillera but all over the country.
  • Christmas Angels

    HABI, the Philippine Textile Council has collaborated with a sewing group from Taguig to produce these Christmas Angels. These are upcycled from textile scraps and cut offs made by the weavers of Ilocos, Bicol, Zamboanga and Iloilo.
  • My Piña, My Story

    In 1967, when I was taking a special study on Chinese Painting at the Chinese Artist Guild under Professor Chen Bing Sun, I was using silk importe...
  • 2nd Screening of Threaded Traditions: Textiles of Panay Island

    Catch the exclusive rerun of THREADED TRADITIONS: Textiles of Panay Island on October 22, 5PM.
  • Piña and the Philippine Garments

    Join us on October 15, 2PM for our next webinar: Piña and the Philippine Garments
  • From Light and Airy to Crisp and Cool with Sandra Castro

    Tune in on October 8, 10AM as Sandra Castro talks about Philippine textiles (abaca and piña) from the 19th to the early 20th-centuries and Piña Catalog in museums abroad.
  • Pina Weaving Contest 2018

    The Lourdes Montinola Piña Weaving Competition is on! The contest is open to all artisans regardless of the location who weave, dye, embroider, or embellish piña, and get a chance to win cash prizes!