Woman’s warp-faced cotton tube skirt, kain indu’, or kain kebat, in largely handspun handwoven cotton cloth coloured with natural and chemical dyes. It has a broad main panel of an ikat design, flanked on each side by a band of narrow plain stripes in machine-spun chemical dyed yarns and three stripes of ikat with plain black, yelllow red and white stripes at the outer edge. The warp ends are hand-stitched together to form a tube, so that when worn the stripes would have become horizontal bands. The ikat designs are in beige, russet and dark brown against a dark brown and russet ground. There is a band near each selvedge in black. One opening has been stitched together to form the skirt into a bag. Undup Iban, Sarawak.
woman's garment also used for carrying special things on ceremonial occasions