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  • Mat Mi Cloth

    Mat Mi cloth (Ikat) is a kind of fabric woven from the tie-dyed yarns to create motif designs. It is a traditional art of weaving that has been practiced since ancient time -- particularly in the nor...

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  • Na Muen Si Textile

    The pha to na muen si is a kind of textile made in the South of Thailand. It is hand woven, using a special weaving technique called kep tako, yok tako, or yok khao all of which means “heald lifting” ...

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  • Phrae Wa Cloth

    A pha phrae wa is a silk shawl worn by Phu Tai ladies over one shoulder with one end hanging behind their back. It is about one sok, about a foot, in width and one wa, about a metre and a half, in len...

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  • Sin Tin Chok Tube Skirt

    A sin tin chok, a kind of traditional tube skirt, consists of three portions: the top, the body, and the foot. The bottom part, called tin (“foot”) or choeng, is woven with a technique called chok (“...

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  • Yok Cloth

    Yok cloth uses the heald-lifting technique whereby the heald shafts are lifted to allow the insertion of extra wefts, which lay on the top layer, to create various motifs. If the extra wefts are of si...

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