Weaving is unique among Cordillerans, the different weaving styles of each Cordilleran group are also represented. The handwoven fabrics are sold by the meter, ranging from PhP352 per meter for the common ikat designs, to PhP780 per meter for rare designs, such as those from Abra.
The loom woven fabrics are perfect for dresses or formal wear, which can be a great gift for your mom or your aunt. It is also used to make bags, shoes, and accessories. There are luggage tags made of synthetic leather and woven fabric, priced at PhP75 each. There are also billfolds (PhP130), tablet cases (PhP250), and traveling kits (PhP250 to PhP300 depending on the size) made of the colorful fabrics.
Where to Buy: Visit Easter Weaving Room located along Easter Road in Guisad, right next to Easter College (formerly known as Easter School). It is virtually as old as Baguio City itself, having been established by the Episcopal Church in 1909, the same year as the foundation of the city.