凱因利馬（Kain limar）是印尼最精緻的織品之一，主要生產於印尼的第二大島蘇門答臘以及鄰近的小島邦加。凱因利馬（Kain limar）是絲織品，織作技術精彩之處在於先以伊卡（Ikat）技法染織，織布時再結合織錦技法（Songket）織入金線，在同一塊織品上結合兩種不同的紋樣織作技術，使得織品呈現豐富的層次感，以伊卡作為底紋，凸顯疊織在上的華麗金線織錦。
These two fabrics from Indonesia wonderfully integrate Songket and Ikat techniques, first applying the dyeing methods of Ikat and later adding gold thread using Songket approaches, mixing two patterns and skills onto one fabric, creating rich layers with the Ikat as the base and accentuating the glamorous gold weavings. This type of fabric that combines two techniques is called Kain Limar and is one of the most exquisite fabrics in Indonesia. Kain Limar is mainly produced in Sumatra, the second largest island of Indonesia, and neighbouring islands. Aristocrats of the 16th century often use Kain Limar to make dresses or ceremonial outfits.
The patterns of Kain Limar are mostly intricate geometric patterns, and the compositions are decided by changes in the weft threads. As for the themes of the patterns, Kain Limar often depicts Bunga (flowers) and are named after flower. In addition, the geometric patterns are derived from plants, animals, and creatures from legends; patterns inspired by the Koran are also very popular.
Traditionally, the skills of Kain Limar are only passed to family members and therefore lack reference and records. This has caused the art of Kain Limar to become stagnant and gradually disappear. Currently, the most outstanding Kain Limar pieces can only be found in museums, private collections, or antique shops.