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Sabrina Sakina is currently a faculty member of the Crafts and Tradition research group at the Faculty of Art and Design, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), Indonesia. She currently heads research on traditional textiles made from local natural resources in Indonesia, such as PALF and abaca. Most of her research are practice-based. She is also interested in fashion, weaving, and sustainability.
Subang Regency is designated as a pineapple commodity area due to the presence of natural resources, supporting facilities, and infrastructure. Pineapple harvest waste in the form of pineapple leaves is used by a local SME, Alfiber, as textile raw materials, such as yarn and cloth. However, there are still short fibre residues that cannot be utiliz...
In the long term, the use of materials that are not environmentally friendly such as styrofoam as the main ingredient in food containers is dangerous. Therefore, an environmentally friendly and natural substitute is needed to replace Styrofoam. Abaca fiber (Musa Textilis) is a natural fiber obtained from plant stems (bark fiber). Utilizing decortic...
Talaud Regency, North Sulawesi, is one of the abaca fiber producers in Indonesia. Traditionally, this area has had a textile culture related to the processing of abaca fiber, but now the artisans who have these skills are rare. Therefore, making paper yarn is an alternative to add value to the abaca fiber from Talaud. The point to note in adding va...
Abstrak Limbah adalah sisa dari suatu usaha yang dapat mengandung bahan berbahaya atau beracun bagi lingkungan dan kesehatan. Selain dibuang, sebenarnya banyak cara yang dilakukan untuk memanfaatkan limbah tekstil. Salah satunya adalah dengan memanfaatkan sisa potongan atau sisa kain dari pabrik konveksi sebagai bahan pembuatan produk fashion, khus...
The strong economy in Indonesia during the past several years has pushed to a rise in the middle-class population. The combination of a dense Muslim population and an eager-to-shop middle-class has amounted to the rise of the Islamic fashion industry in Indonesia. High demands for Islamic fashion have led the fashion industry to be more brave and c...