Notes on Culture & Antique Art, Ethnic Decor & Vintage Fashion | Wovensouls Art Gallery
The Hmong are one of the hilltribes living in Thailand, Laos and Vietnam. One of signatures of this group is their Batik Art used in their garments. The following photos reveal the process of creating this art. The base material is hemp and the dye is indigo.
The garment is usually crimped after the dyeing is complete and cross stitch embroidery is added.
An example of a crimped skirt made out of 8 metres:
Hilltribe textiles are exhibited in the wovensouls collection.
Read a similar article on ajrakh block print art here.
Read a similar article on the lifestyle of the Hilltribes of Northern Thailand here.
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Just beautiful, thank you for sharing a part of my culture’s history.
My pleasure! And it is truly my good fortune to have been exposed to your culture…..best wishes in preserving it!
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