- Kain (Indonesia)Cloth.
- Kain Kebat
Skirt cloth made by the ikat technique.
- Kelim (Kilim)A flatwoven (pile-less) floor covering. The technique of kelim is slit tapestry.
- KepalaHead, referring to a part of the body or a local leader.
- Keris, Kris(Indonesia) a ceremonial dagger, owned and worn by a man, part of his ceremonial attire.
A technique using a single element or yarn in which a loop is drawn through a previous loop at the edge of a fabric. It first appeared during the Middle Ages, probably in the Islamic world, and spread to Europe, and from Europe to the Americas.
- Kudzu Or Ko-Hemp(Pueraria sp) type of bast fiber made from the wild kudzu vine.