T'nalak is made from Abaca and dyed with natural vegetable dyes in red and black. The red is said to represent bravery, commitment and love, while the black stands for struggles, hardships and perseverance. The geometric patterns vary from piece to piece, with no two pieces of T'nalak being exactly alike. The fabric has become the best-known product of the province of South Cotabato.
For spring summer 2012, Fashion designer Randy Ortiz created T'nalak pieces you'll fall in love with at first sight.