National Geographic Society,
Text on page 1241
benguet igorot school girls weaving (see pages 1238 AND 1251)
After these girls become skillful weavers they are given the looms which they have learned to use and are sent back to their own towns to teach others how to make cloth. The fabrics they produce are invariably of the brightest colors, but they display excellent taste in the way they combine them to produce a rich and striking effect. This can be seen by turning to the colored picture on page 1169.