Ti leaves from the ti plant were considered by ancient Hawaiians to have divine power. Native Hawaiians believe that growing ti plants around a home can bring good luck. The ti leaf has a variety of uses, including foot coverings, hula skirts, plates, food wrappers, and house thatching. The root is also edible. One Hawaiian legend says that if a person worries that a body of water contains a shark or supernatural creature, they may throw in a ti leaf. If it floats the water is safe, and if it sinks the water is not safe. Try to keep your tie dry and hope it brings you luck.
100% woven silk
Designed in Hawaii
Includes palaka tipping and keeper
3 1/4″ x 60″
Light blue and white