This is an unusual and interesting piece. It is not as large as the tarditinal sized telas, but it is completely embroidered.
The cloth has been dyed four times with the bark of the tree cocote, which gives the chracteristic dark brown background color, and then dyed further with mud and dried in the sun which blackens the brown color.
The design in the center shows a pattern of flowers. The traditional patterns around the central circle show the river and the four small rectangular designs in the corners show four villages.