The fabrics that are found in the higlands and lowlands of Luzon is called iloco or inabel fabric. It is made from cotton that undergoes the pains of taking binatbatan or beating of the cotton balls using bamboo sticks to separate the seeds during the initial stage. It will then by dyed by the natural "sagut" of the artificial dyes for commercial purposes. Its tapestries include waist cloths from sheer fabri of fibers of the leaf of the pineapple plant and, its famous banig- a handwoven mat used for sleeping and the jusi that is used to make the Barong Tagalog. The bahag or loin cloth is the attire of the most people in the highlands Luzon, they also used this cloth as table runners, serviettes and decorations.