Traditional Weaving Brocade My Nghiep Village

Ngày đăng: 27/06/2016 .
Traditional craft weaving brocade village is the Cham cultural features has has existed for hundreds of years, local at My Nghiep Village, Phuoc Dan Town, Ninh Phuoc District, Ninh Thuan Province. is place ideal for journey discover cultural features at here
 

 
To have the materials for making brocade products,  locals much time and effort to grow cotton plants, take the fibres, dry and dye them. They used Chum bau leaves for dyeing and then soaked it into mud for seven days to create the black colour, the latex of Canh kien plants in the forest to create the red colour and leaves and barks of indigo plants to create the indigo-blue colour. However, all the materials, from fibres to artificial colourings, are now available in the market, facilitating the craft of locals. 
 

 
Each brocade made by My Nghiep villagers is different from others in terms of patterns, motifs and designs even though they are made by one weaver. It is the unique feature of My Nghiep brocade products.
 

 
 Nowadays, The brocade weaving craft has been preserved and developed by the Cham people in not only My Nghiep Village, but also in Huu Duc, Chung My and Van Lam in Ninh Thuan and other villages in Binh Thuan Province, Besides traditional products, the My Nghiep villagers now make different products, such as bags, purses and backpacks which are sold in the domestic market and exported to Japan, German, France and the US.
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