Pinunsaan, ulos punsa, made up of five panels, the two outer of plain black warp and weft, sewn to the three inner panels along one selvedge. The central of these three contains arrow-shaped motifs in warp ikat, while the two end panels, or pinar halak, are patterned with supplementary weft on a white ground.

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