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|Title:||EXPLORING THE SIGNIFICANCE OF YOK DOK TEXTILES FOR EDUCATION PURPOSES|
Silpakorn University. Decorative Arts
|Keywords:||Pha Yok Dok|
|Abstract:||This research is concerned with how Thai brocade techniques. That called Pha Yok Dok in Thai with qualitative research was used in this study. There is a need use examine the current of the Yok Dok Textile in the Thailand communities. By surveying were applied to primarily in this research investigating the conserving those designs. Thai ancient Pha Yok Dok textiles for learning in the education process. The project has involved researching the warp and weft technique used by observing and note taking traditional of Pha Yok Dok with craftspeople who are old living in the north-eastern part of Thailand. The importance of learning textiles must have an understanding of the traditional fabric that will be used in Thai education today. To solve the problem that is the necessary classroom procedure learning plan. Develop in the future to be able to determine the distance and level of learning into steps.
However, for this industry to present the process begin to learn the basic weaving process that does not create difficulties because it can be used to practice further. To developing for their inheritor, so easy to learn. By doing removing lessons come from the woven methods that is a complex process which requires highly skilled weavers. Pha Yok Dok is one of the most prestigious silks in Thailand, those to use the warp and weft supplementary in technique. The notable characteristic of the Yok Dok textiles silk is its use of the interweaving of gold threads into the fabric, that creates a distinctive texture to the fabric rather than the usually woven fabric.
The results showed that the weave structure can be adapted by opening and closing the warp yarn on a draw frame. In this case, we use many different types of mesh as a weaving frame instead without using a hand loom or hair loom. The ideas from the experiment gave rise to the idea of developing into modern art. As part of the project, the researcher designed a series of fabric artworks based on the inspiration of Thai literature (Khon). So, the original, traditional Thai weaving techniques will be changed or applied to easily learn to develop for everyone. An appropriate guideline into significant and fundamental values of Yok Dok Textile for formal Thai contemporary education practices especially for technical and vocational education purposes. From this idea, it may be useful in the 21st century as an alternative to reducing the cost of producing new products or other creative products. From classroom education skill development, it'll be the foundation for more successful product designs. (The new version of design as a product of similar can be made done to the decade, such as 2020,2030 onwards).|
|Description:||Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)|
|Appears in Collections:||Decorative Arts|
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