The gilamat ka-in (skirt) was traditionally woven in Lubuagan, but has become universally used all over Kalinga. Different regions even have their own style. It is usually woven in double threaded plain weave, but some are also single thread. The colours indigo and red symbolise sky and ground - the national colours of Kalinga. The yellow portion is embroidered and depicts mountains. Yellow symbolises wealth, as do the embroidered plants that refer to growth and fertility. A lone coin is attched as a pendant.