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Development of Mot-Mom Fabric Patterns Using Born-out Printing and Embroidery Technologies into Fashion Accessories of Kwanyo Brand

Ravitep Musikapan
Srinakharinwirot University
Patararin Pongprasit
Srinakharinwirot University
Natcha Sirikhvunchai
Srinakharinwirot University

The objectives of this study were to develop Mor-Hom fabric patterns using burn-out printing technology in a variety of contemporary shades and contemporary embroidery patterns from machine embroidery and hand embroidery techniques to develop into international fashion accessories Kwanyo brand. In addition, this study also aimed at using the fabric burn-out printing technique to create beautiful patterns instead of the stamping method. The machine embroidery and hand embroidery techniques were also used to increase the product value to enhance self-sufficiency and generate income for local communities.

According to the results, in developing Mor-Hom fabric patterns using burn-out printing and embroidery technologies into fashion accessories of the Kwanyo brand, 100% natural dyes were used in dyeing hand-woven cotton. A creamy mixture of potassium permanganate mixed with Konjac was used for burn-out printing instead of screen-printing dyes. The burn-out printing was performed by washing fabric in sulfur water or lye water to create patterns with gradient shades depending on the dye ratio and washing method. The dyed fabric was further developed into fashion accessories under the concept of local fabric products with unique patterns inspired by the surroundings. In this study, a collection of men’s bags was developed with suitable designs using Mor-Hom fabric patterns inspired by Himmapan forest and natural dyed leather.

Mor-Hom fabric, burn-out printing, fashion accessories

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The researchers would like to express the gratitude to the Innovative Research Project to Drive Creative Economy (Fashion), research funding from the Office of the Higher Education Commission (OHEC), Council of University Presidents of Thailand (CUPT), University Creative Counsel Network (UCCN HUB), Upper Northern Research Administration Network, and Strategic Wisdom and Research Institute, Srinakharinwirot University for the help and support for the implementation of this research.


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