This textile is a double apron composed of indigo cloth, edged with cream fabric (possibly hemp), with traces of pink dye. A panel of light blue cloth borders the bottom of the panel, above which are situated a row of cowrie shells. The apron is made out of a combination of patches of cloth and wool threads of different colours. As the donor information is unavailable for this apron, details of its exact provenance are unknown.
A row of small white ceramic buttons are also used to decorate the apron, which is a feature commonly used amongst Lisu women from the Putao area, Kachin State. Usually, the apron would be worn in association with items headcloth 106/2000/5, belt 106/2000/6, shin sleeves 106/2000/4/1 and tunic 106/2000/7, either at a wedding or for a special occasion.