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International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

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Techniques of Weaving Silk from Self-Woven Silkworms and Lotus Thread of Artisan Phan Thi Thuan in Phung Xa Craft Village, My Duc district, Ha Noi, Vietnam

Phi Thi Thu Hoang, Dao Thi Luu, Le Thi Hanh Lien, Nguyen Thi Hai Yen

Abstract: Silk weaving is one of Vietnam's long-standing traditional crafts. With light, smooth, smooth, durable and beautiful characteristics, Vietnamese silk yarn has conquered many commodity markets in the world. Phung Xa village, My Duc district, Ha Noi has been famous for its profession in mulberry growing, silkworms raising, silk weaving, silk weaving, etc. The development of this traditional trade village has gone through many up and down periods. Up to now, besides the strong development of weaving towels, cotton towels, in the commune now, only My Duc Silk Company of artisan Phan Thi Thuan continues to work hard to preserve and develop silk weaving and especially accompanying weaving silk from lotus thread. With a complete production technology process, the products from weaving silk from self-woven silkworms and lotus thread here are all characteristic and unique. Domestic and international customers have interested these products. Especially with the technique of training itself silkworms to weave (i.e. for self-woven silkworms) by Phan Thi Thuan artisan has opened a new way in the traditional silk weaving occupations of our country. The development of these two occupations shows the continuous exploration, creativity, and dedication of artisans to the crafts in a competitive market economy.

Keywords: silk weaving, weaving silk by lotus threads, self-weaved silkworms, Phung Xa, craft village



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