DAYAK DESA AND DAYAK IBAN WEAVERS +Kalimantan, Dayak Iban: Women pounding the oils needed to make red dye. This ritual is still performed every year and is closed to men. +Kalimantan, Dayak Iban: The people of the longhouse called Sungai Utik are proud land owners that continue to fight against deforestation. +Kalimantan, Dayak Desa: Tying threads (ikat) that will be later woven into a textile. +Kalimantan, Dayak Desa: Women wear traditional dress as they perform the Ngaos or ceremony to make the red dye colour. +Kalimantan, Dayak Desa: Women performing the Ngaos ceremony wear red flowers in their hair to inspire the red to be found in their textiles as well. +Kalimantan, Dayak Desa: The complex oil seeds that are used in the red dye ceremony called Ngaos. +Kalimantan, Dayak Desa: Washing threads before beginning the red dye work as part of the Ngaos ceremony. DAYAK DESA BASKET MAKERS +Kalimantan, Dayak Desa: Using a porcupine quill to work the pattern over the base of the basket. +Kalimantan, Dayak Desa: The inside of the basket is first woven with bamboo and then the outer lining is made with coloured strips of red and black – both achieved with natural processes. +Kalimantan, Dayak Desa: These baskets are mostly used to store seeds but some shapes are suitable for storing textiles. +Kalimantan, Dayak Desa: Basket weavers use traditional designs inspired by nature. +Kalimantan, Dayak Desa: Baskets are important as they are used to carry goods and save seeds for the next planting.