Local weaving pattern analysis of Ban Muang Hom, Wang Thong District, Phitsanulok province for developing weaving patterns and textile product that reflect the local identity

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Pornchai Pantung

Abstract

For many years, Thai local weaving patterns and textile product mostly on local cloth production it
didn’t used the patterns on much more other product types and the local textile product entrepreneur they want to make more textile product that reflect the local identity and also satisfy the customer too that cause of this research purpose object to study and analyze the weaving patterns of Ban Muang Hom, Kaeng Sopha Subdistrict, Wang Thong Disctrict, Phitsanulok Province, to develop fabric weaving and textile products and consumer satisfaction assessment on fabric weaving and textiles. The samples were the handicraft group, Ban Muang Hom, Wang Thong District, Phitsanulok Province with 500 tourists, 5 entrepreneurs and 3 product design experts. This research is the mixed methodology research by the process of analyzing the concrete sculpture pattern around the base of the stupa (Phraprang) of the Chulamanee temple, Phitsanulok province and the pattern of the Tapakhaohai temple pottery in the development of Mudmee textile patterns and textile products such as lamp, bag, men's and women's shirts. According to the product development process, the tools used in the research were divided into the following research tools: (1) 12 design patterns, (2) the customer satisfaction questionnaire. The statistics used in the research by the mean and standard deviation. The research found that the woven fabric pattern from the analysis of the concrete sculpture pattern around the base of the stupa (Phraprang) of the Chulamanee temple, Phitsanulok province, The pattern 6th, 4th, 1st, and the pattern of the Tapakhaohai temple pottery measured in the pattern of 3rd, 4th, 1st was selected the mostly. The woven fabric was developed as the form of textile product, and quality is then assessed by consumer satisfaction. The lamp product was mean 4.29 (S.D. = .54) at high level. The bag product was mean 4.17 (S.D. = .61) at high level. The men's shirt was mean 4.32 (S.D. = .48) at high level. The women's shirt was mean 4.10 (S.D. = .52) at high level.

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Pantung, P. (2018). Local weaving pattern analysis of Ban Muang Hom, Wang Thong District, Phitsanulok province for developing weaving patterns and textile product that reflect the local identity. Interdisciplinary Research Review, 12(6), 64–70. Retrieved from https://ph02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jtir/article/view/126060
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