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Easter Weaving Room

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Address: No. 2 Easter Road Guisad, Baguio, Luzon 2600, Philippines
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+63 74 442 4972

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I just love seeing the weavers do their magic! It is the old way of weaving and it is amazing! But local! It will help support the community for a better life of the people... read more

Reviewed 14 January 2017
Dasmarinas City, Philippines
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Reviewed 26 February 2017 via mobile

I understand that the price is high because it is handmade. But reality check, the products don't look expensive as they are priced. The renovation looks good. But the prices shuns buyers off.

Thank EyArFab
Dasmarinas City, Philippines
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Reviewed 14 January 2017

I just love seeing the weavers do their magic! It is the old way of weaving and it is amazing! But local! It will help support the community for a better life of the people living in them.

Thank eteng2016
Taytay, Philippines
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Reviewed 31 December 2016

Whenever we take visitors to Baguio we take them to see the Igorot weavers. Upstairs is the gift shop and downstairs is the weaving room where you are free to watch the weavers on their looms. The products sold in the gift shop are all made down here and you can always find something affordable to buy. Definitely a cultural... More 

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Reviewed 3 November 2016

We did not expect the place to be a big facility where they sell a lot of stuff, from clothes to accessories to wooden items. We managed to watch the weavers do their thing, and it was an amazing experience. Our kids liked it very much! My wife loved the quality of their clothing and accessories, though a bit pricey... More 

Thank Herman D
Birmingham, Alabama
2 reviews
Reviewed 26 August 2016

Visited while in Baguio and one of the highlights of our business. The work that these women do is amazing, and being able to watch the making of the products was a truly inspiring. Bought several sets of place mats to give as unique Christmas gifts for the family. Highly recommend anyone who visits Baguio include Easter Weaving as a... More 

Thank blue3543
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Reviewed 3 July 2016 via mobile

Baguio local weaving product, I like the way they weave still in traditional way, they still use bamboo weaving looms to create the weaves. You can go to their weaving room where they actually make the weave. You watch the whole production take photo while their weaving. There's the room for finish product. I mainly buy for table runners and... More 

Thank 241lilyh
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Reviewed 19 June 2016 via mobile

I was very well pleased with my made to order Cordillera heritage barong from Easter Weaving Room in Baguio City. Another addition to my ethnic formal wear which very soon I will be ordering again. They do made to orders native inspired apparel, even "on line". Haute couture need not be that expensive nor tied to western templates. They also... More 

Thank Jaime M
Manila, Philippines
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Reviewed 9 June 2016 via mobile

This place has a basement where women work to weave fabric. You can go down here and see how this is made. Educational and a different experience for kids. They are open 8-5 Mon-Sat. We came in about 530 and they were kind enough to still let us in. They also offer 2 floors of items for sale. Mostly weaves... More 

Thank M0mmyDearest
Metro Manila, Philippines
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Reviewed 30 April 2016 via mobile

I was impressed by the women downstairs on the weaving machines producing the beautiful works. Items upstairs were a bit touristy pricy. There is a lot to pick from.

Thank Teresa V
Baguio, Philippines
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Reviewed 3 August 2015 via mobile

Easter weaving room is a nice, educating and awesome experience. Here, you can see original hand made weavings with cordilleran accent. You can watch the manual and actual weaving of the cordilleran fashion called the " inabel " in the local dialect. You can also buy numerous and diverse cultural souvenir items like wood carvings, tapis, bahag, and many other... More 

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