Traditional weaver Emily Jenable is making waves, even in Parliament


The craft’s out of the bag: Tengku Zafrul holding the handwoven bag en route to Parliament to table Budget 2022. — Bernama

KENINGAU: It was the proudest moment for Keningau traditional weaver Emily Jenable when her bamboo woven folder bag made a fashion statement on Budget Day.

The full black weave bag was used by Finance Minister Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz when he unveiled Budget 2022 in Parliament on Oct 29.

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