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Mud-dyed Silk Fabric: Extension and Improvement of Knowledge Based on Isan Folk Wisdom

Songkoon Chantachon, Chaninya Chaisuvan, Suratsawadee Sinwat,*Sanya Kenaphoom.

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It can be said that silk is a fabric that made famous for the Isan people, silk weaving was developed from the respective stakeholders. Therefore, this research was qualitative and experimental research with the aims of extending and improving the knowledge of mud-dyed silk production and design. This research was held at Kalasin and, Ubon Ratchathani province, Thailand. The research instrument was a survey, interview, observation form, focus group discussion, workshop, and experiment. The sample in this study was selected using the purposive sampling method which consisted of 4 groups: 1) Kut Wa Weaving Group, 2) Ban Uparee Weaving Community Enterprise, 3) Ban Phon Sawan Occupation Group, and Cooperative and 4) Ban Sompornrat where the fabric dyeing was performed. The study findings were presented by descriptive analysis and statistical analysis methods. The results showed that natural dyes from plants and mud available in these communities were used in the silk dyeing process. There were different dyeing methods, cold dyeing was used in some villages and hot dyeing was used in other villages. However, there is no comparative study focusing on the rub fastness of the dyed fabrics. For the development of the knowledge of mud-dyed silk production in the communities in Northeastern Thailand, muddyeing experiments were conducted using 2 methods, hot dyeing, and cold dyeing. The results revealed that hot dyeing and cold dyeing had slightly different effects on lightfastness, color value, color intensity, rub fastness, wash fastness, and crease recovery and there was no heavy metal contamination at a dangerous level. These are considered the new innovations. Each type of mud resulted in different colors with unique beauty and can be used in designing women’s wear and filing a patent application.

Key words: Silk Production, Mud-dyed Silk, Knowledge Extension


 
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Songkoon Chantachon, Chaninya Chaisuvan, Suratsawadee Sinwat, Sanya Kenaphoom. Mud-dyed Silk Fabric: Extension and Improvement of Knowledge Based on Isan Folk Wisdom. EEO. 2021; 20(5): 378-386. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.05.39


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Songkoon Chantachon, Chaninya Chaisuvan, Suratsawadee Sinwat, Sanya Kenaphoom. Mud-dyed Silk Fabric: Extension and Improvement of Knowledge Based on Isan Folk Wisdom. http://ilkogretim-online.org//?mno=54512 [Access: April 09, 2021]. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.05.39


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Songkoon Chantachon, Chaninya Chaisuvan, Suratsawadee Sinwat, Sanya Kenaphoom. Mud-dyed Silk Fabric: Extension and Improvement of Knowledge Based on Isan Folk Wisdom. EEO. 2021; 20(5): 378-386. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.05.39



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Songkoon Chantachon, Chaninya Chaisuvan, Suratsawadee Sinwat, Sanya Kenaphoom. Mud-dyed Silk Fabric: Extension and Improvement of Knowledge Based on Isan Folk Wisdom. EEO. (2021), [cited April 09, 2021]; 20(5): 378-386. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.05.39



Harvard Style

Songkoon Chantachon, Chaninya Chaisuvan, Suratsawadee Sinwat, Sanya Kenaphoom (2021) Mud-dyed Silk Fabric: Extension and Improvement of Knowledge Based on Isan Folk Wisdom. EEO, 20 (5), 378-386. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.05.39



Turabian Style

Songkoon Chantachon, Chaninya Chaisuvan, Suratsawadee Sinwat, Sanya Kenaphoom. 2021. Mud-dyed Silk Fabric: Extension and Improvement of Knowledge Based on Isan Folk Wisdom. Elementary Education Online, 20 (5), 378-386. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.05.39



Chicago Style

Songkoon Chantachon, Chaninya Chaisuvan, Suratsawadee Sinwat, Sanya Kenaphoom. "Mud-dyed Silk Fabric: Extension and Improvement of Knowledge Based on Isan Folk Wisdom." Elementary Education Online 20 (2021), 378-386. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.05.39



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Songkoon Chantachon, Chaninya Chaisuvan, Suratsawadee Sinwat, Sanya Kenaphoom. "Mud-dyed Silk Fabric: Extension and Improvement of Knowledge Based on Isan Folk Wisdom." Elementary Education Online 20.5 (2021), 378-386. Print. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.05.39



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Songkoon Chantachon, Chaninya Chaisuvan, Suratsawadee Sinwat, Sanya Kenaphoom (2021) Mud-dyed Silk Fabric: Extension and Improvement of Knowledge Based on Isan Folk Wisdom. Elementary Education Online, 20 (5), 378-386. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.05.39








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