9 patterns Tin Jok
The textile, guided by Professor Sompong Timdee, was woven to pay homage to the Royal Barge Procession. It consists of 9 patterns and 9 pieces seamlessly stitched together. This unique textile was showcased in an exhibition in Muang Thong Thani.
Distinguished from the traditional Thai Puan “Seamless Integration” fabric of Ban Haad Siew, it features a full-panel weaving design using a wide loom, approximately 100 centimetres in width. The textile begins with white and red threads, followed by a Ta Wa pattern and Curng Jok (Inserting silk or thread to create a pattern while weaving)—embroidered and woven melody. During the weaving process, the weavers carefully observe and ensure the uniformity of the fabric because the tail section of the fabric tends to be thicker than the head section.
In the exhibition year, more than 30 pieces of this fabric were ordered, marking the first proud order for this seamless integration fabric. The weavers eagerly worked on fulfilling the orders throughout the year, each piece reflecting their craftsmanship and dedication.