Patchworks come from tribal weavings around the globe, from Northern Thailand hill tribe’s people of DoiPui tribal village, populated by the Hmong community which can be also found in the different countries of Southeast Asia. This village is located on the highest peak of DoiSuthep-Pui, 1685 meters above the sea level. For getting to the village you must climb the mountain. The tribal village is really a hidden gem of the hill and you must be closely attentive so you don’t miss it. The fabrics are all handmade by the Hmong tribes, using traditional techniques which they pass down from generation to generation.
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These hand-spun shawls have colorful, tight geometric designs and are used by a shaman during any of a variety of healing rituals. This type of fabrics are healing textiles called “phaasabai” (meaning silk breast wrapper shawl) and are used by both shaman and ordinary people, and use a combination of color and design for their powerful healing protection. Healing cloths are used in healing ceremonies, and are also used in ceremony to foster a healthy future for the village or crops. You are such a reader. Have the rest of the story in Inkaari private book when you own it. Read the rest of the secret in the bag book written only for the owner.
Most of the designer’s pieces are unique, so sometimes cannot be replicated for future orders.
Depending on the dimensions of the unique fabric, there can be made more items.