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Kham Pia, Charming of tamarine on the Thai Silk fabric
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■ The eligant product with dark orange with light Yellow and bright green colours from high attended weaver and local pattern technique creation call “Mudmee”.

Its floral part has the design inspiration from local fruit, mature tammarin

■The pattern was designed and imaginned from Thai Esan favorite local fruit, Tammarin or “Buk Kham” in local language.

Dark orrage colour has known from the weaver that it looks similar to seed colour of mature tammarin

Dark orange with light Yellow and bright green colours from high attended weaver and floral pattern technique creation call “Mudmee”

■ For Esan people, tammarine could be both fruit and ingredient for main dish depends on test of its variety. The tammarine fruit from variety that give sweet test could be made as desert after main meal.

■ Sometimes, sticky rice with mature sweetness of tammarine could be favourite one for many of them. Another hand, the sour test from some local variety of tammarine could be preserved as dry form for many kind of Esan soups or even nice ingredient in papaya salad.

floral part of silk fabric connects to objects or fruit or things in daily life

Quite often, floral part of silk fabric connects to objects or fruit or things around Esan daily life

Dr. Tiger, THfabricTG LEAD, Thailand

■ It is simple logic for THfabricTG team when we quite often find name of floral part of silk fabric connects to objects or fruit or things around Esan daily life.

Though and imagination lead to crafting of local fruit on the fabric they produce in daily life

Though and imagination lead to crafting of local fruit on the fabric they produce in daily life

■ For “Khampia”, this could be one of hundred ways of Esan people from Thailand brings fruit art from their though and imagination to craft this local fruit on the fabric they produce in daily life.

■ One thing THfabricTG team garantee is that we will not stop finding interested stories from simple things like this to all of our readers.


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