Woman's tube skirt formed of four lengths of handwoven ikat-patterned handspun cotton cloth, hand-stitched together along selvedges horizontally as worn, and also along the side seam from top to bottom of the skirt. Main design is wide band of indigo at each end, central part of skirt stripes of indigo and mengkudu. A band of ikat at each end in blue and cream, stripes in pink green red and yellow and two narrow ikat bands to either side. Well worn with reinforcement or repair to side seam.
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