Pundi Beras Tablecloth

Made by pedal loom weavers in Bantul, Special Region of Yogyakarta
From Rp 999.000
Product Story

Pundi Beras is a reimagination of traditional Indonesian lurik, a type of striped fabric that used to be a significant part of our daily lives as Indonesians. The thick black lines framing the white fabric of Pundi Beras are a classic adaptation of lurik that aligns with today’s contemporary taste. Like its name, Pundi Beras draws inspiration from the bold yet simple graphics that adorn the packaging of local rice sacks or karung beras.

The stripes are complemented by a playful fringe, accentuating both the traditional and modern qualities of this table linen series. With its neutral coastal tone and frisky fringed edge, Pundi Beras tablecloth adds a simple yet whimsical dimension for you to enjoy around the table. The base fabric is handwoven by pedal loom weavers in Pak Jussi’s house, Bantul.

Product Details

• 180x180cm / 70”x70”, 180x260cm / 70”x102”, or 180x320 / 70"x125"
• Fabric: 100% cotton
• Custom sizes are available, please contact us
• Due to the nature of handcrafted goods, slight variations in colour and texture are embraced
• Ethically made in Bantul, Special Region of Yogyakarta

Care Guide

• Hand-wash using natural detergents such as lerek or soapnut
• Wash in cold water up to 30°C/86°F
• Colour transfer might be expected, wash separately
• Dry clean is recommended
• Do not bleach
• Line dry in shade
• Do not tumble dry
• Iron medium to high temperature between 148˚C/300˚F to 204˚C/400˚F
• For spot cleaning, gently dab the area with water (do not rub)
• Dyed fabric needs to be kept out of direct sunlight to avoid excessive fading
• Always store the fabric in a dry condition (not humid)

Shipping & Returns

All domestic Indonesian shipping is handled by JNE or Paxel. Instant or same-day courier service within Jakarta can be requested either before or after the order process, available only for in-stock items.

All orders will be shipped from Jakarta within 3-5 working days unless they are pre-ordered or custom-made. International shipments are available worldwide by door-to-door air freight.

We take design and craftsmanship earnestly, and we want you to receive these pieces with much care. Our items are carefully inspected prior to shipment, but on the occasion a mistake happens, please notify us within 48 hours; our team will promptly work on a replacement after reviewing the case.

Return or exchange can be made within 14 days of receipt. Custom orders, fabric per meter, gifts, and sale items cannot be returned or exchanged. All items must be in new, unused condition with any tags still attached.

Please review our Shipping & Returns policy for more information. If you need further assistance, do not hesitate to contact us.

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The streets are silent, and everyone’s quiet in Bantul — a coastal regency in the south of Yogyakarta. Here was where we met Pak Jussi and his neighbourhood of weavers. Mostly belonging to the older generation, they weave to keep up their old tradition.

It is not an unusual sight to see them grow their crops and spend hours tending the farm, as weaving becomes a work that they do while waiting for the crops. For these people, weaving fills in the rhythm of their life. Most of them acquired weaving skills from a tender age, yet the community faces a pressing challenge of generational continuity, grappling with a decline in demand for handwoven textiles.

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