Application of Wallpaper Group P6m to Creation of Handwoven Mudmee Silk Patterns

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Samkhan Hobanthad
Sombat Prajonsant

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This article presents the creation of wallpaper which are classified as Mudmee group P6m. Motifs used for pattern development are the original patterns used in Mudmee weaving in Buriram Province, Thailand. Two patterns, Khom Pratheep and Khor Bin Thai, are specifically chosen. Results of the study reveal that both primary patterns can be developed into Mudmee fabric pattern having the symmetry of group P6m, using point group P6m in combination with tie-dyeing (IKAT) technique and “Mee Luad” technique.

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Hobanthad, S., & Prajonsant, S. (2021). Application of Wallpaper Group P6m to Creation of Handwoven Mudmee Silk Patterns. วารสารคณิตศาสตร์, 66(704), 7 - 25. etrieved from https://ph02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/MJMATh/article/view/227585
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