Refers to the hand woven textile, made of jusi (banana fiber), piña (pineapple fiber), locally grown silk threads, cotton, rayon, and other indigenous materials, that comes in attractive colors like emerald, lavender, pink, tangerine and crimson. Traditionally known for products such as multi-colored patadyong skirt, bandanas and household items such as mosquito nets, blankets, table runners, placemats, etc., hablon is emerging into a versatile and unique textile, next to the old-time favorite, piña and jusi, and currently making waves in the Philippine and International culture.

Miag-ao, Iloilo and Argao, Cebu are two places in the Visayas known for hablon-making.