Cacah Gori conceives a criss-cross pattern as an adaptation of the traditional Javanese isen-isen motif. A textured checkerboard motif is created with the weft floats weaving technique using two complimentary-coloured threads.
The first of the triple-toned series is the brown and white pattern woven out of endemic Tuban brown cotton. Native to the Tuban region, kapas lowo or brown cotton takes a year to harvest, sometimes longer. The slow life cycle of brown cotton made us come up with alternative black-dyed cotton and created the triple-toned design.
Cacah Gori’s elegant yet earthy complexion strikes as an eclectic accent to your classic living quarter. Pair this statement checkerboard textile with a muted or even pop colour mood for a dynamic sophisticated interior look. The base fabric is handwoven by backstrap loom weavers in Pak Fajar’s house, Tuban.