The h'mong people are especially good at arranging circles, squares, curved lines, and spiral shapes to create motifs with very vivid lines. Particularly, there are 3 typical patterns of black hmong people. Description of animal shapes: embroidery of pig nails, birds, snails or butterflies.Describe pictures of leaves and flowers: pumpkin flower pictures are used a lot because pumpkin flowers are their main food source. Star anise is often embroidered in fabrics used for weddings, blankets for the dead. Description of labor tools: the image depicting a spinning frame is often used to embroider dresses, souvenirs such as purses, towels, blankets. Basis technique to create pattern. Hmong people use beeswax in a coal pot to let the wax flow. Pens for drawing with heads made of 3 pieces of copper and pen body made of wood. The mong girls will use a pen, dip it into the beeswax bowl and draw directly on the linen. This technique requires a very focused and highly accurate pattern designer. Because if it is drawn, it will not be fixed.
Therefore, the person doing this job must be sophisticated, creative and aesthetic. Indigo dyeing many times also create different colors for the pattern. White patterns are dyed 1 to 2 times.The pattern is painted on white cloth with white color ng. Light blue pattern, after dyeing indigo 1 time the mong people will wax on the pattern layer and dye until satisfied. --technical use of color threads-. Another popular technique is embroidery. The technique of using thread colors does not require absolute accuracy. Because after dyeing indigo, the girls start embroidering the drawings that they want. H'mong girls often embroidered with the letter "x" or embroidered colors of each other. The patterns also created by each person are also extremely unique, creative and varied. The hmong use pieces of fabric with different colors to sew on the shirt. The main colors used are red, blue, green, and white. Hope you will have much pleasure with the maxi skirt saigon yr from tribe by winnie.
This item is made of cotton and linen, embroidery, quilting, patchwork.