Woven mat

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A woven mat is a type of mat that is created by weaving and may include:

  • Sawali, woven split bamboo mats used in the Philippines to construct walls
  • Tule shoe, mat of woven reeds wired to a horse shoe
  • ‘ie toga, finely woven mat with high cultural value in Samoa
  • Carrick mat, flat woven decorative knot which can be used as a mat or pad
  • Makisu, mat woven from bamboo and cotton string that is used in Japanese food preparation
  • Tatami, a flooring material in traditional Japan, often of woven rush
  • Banig, handwoven mat usually used in East Asia and Philippines for sleeping
  • Reed mat (craft), handmade mats of plaited reed
  • Cadjan, a type of home in Asia