Thai ethnic people’s traditional brocade weaving
Thai ethnic people in the Northwestern region are renowned for their traditional craft of brocade weaving that has been preserved for many generations.
|Lo Thi Tom, a local woman, has been used to brocade weaving since nine or ten years old. Photos: VNA|
|Thai women make traditional brocade products on their special loom.|
|Thai ethnic people’s weaving looms are made from wood and generally big.|
|Brocade production helps maintain Thai ethnic minority people’s typical cultural characteristic.|
|Thai ethnic minority people have maintained their traditional brocade weaving for many years.|
|For many Thai women, the most difficult stage in weaving brocade products is preparing threads.|
|Skillful hands of Thai women on the loom.|
|A good loom is among key factors for a beautiful brocade products.|
|Thai women often wear Pieu scarf, one of their traditional brocade products. - Photos: VNA|
Zeng, the traditional art of brocade weaving, has long been a skill among the Ta Oi ethnic people in the mountainous district of A Luoi in Thua Thien-Hue province.
Women of Knia hamlet in Dak Lak province are devoted to preserving traditional brocade weaving so that the craft doesn’t die out.