Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Knowledge Acquisition and Modeling

The Innovation of Thai Silk for Design and Production of Muslim Women Dresses

Authors
Jatuphatwarodom Srikanjana, Chonsakorn Sakorn, Sawanaporn Suttila, Chupinijrobkob Suladach, Wongpatham Waraporn, Khumsingha Uraiwan, Suksawad Kornnut, Pholam Kittiyaphan, Ruangnarong Chanakarn, Jatuphatwarodom Natawat, Mongkholrattanasit Rattanaphol
Corresponding Author
Jatuphatwarodom Srikanjana
Available Online June 2015.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/kam-15.2015.71How to use a DOI?
Keywords
thaisilk; hijab; abaya.
Abstract
The objectives of this research were 1) to develop Thai silk fabric for production of Muslim women’s dresses; 2) to develop a design approach and to produce dresses from Thai silk fabric; 3) to develop a Thai silk and Muslim clothing industry for export. The research methodology were 1) to test finishing silk fabrics for softness and wrinkle-resistant, testing of physical ability and then selecting one of those fabrics to be made into a garment; 2) to design and produce garments from the selected Thai silk fabrics, which will then be decorated with the registered Thai silk fabrics as follows: brocaded silk from Lamphun province, Praewa silk from Kalasin province, and Mudmee silk from Khon Kaen province; 3) to propose the results to Thai silk and Muslim clothing manufacturers. The statistics used were percentage, average, standard deviation and t-test. The results found that 1) the silk fabric from Chiang Mai province was the most suitable for making Muslim dresses. The self-reform ability from softness finishing was 92.78%, and 88.89% from wrinkle-resistant finishing. The weight scale of softness finishing was 77.60 grams per square meter; wrinkle-resistant finishing was 81.60 grams per square meter. The test fastness of the color staining level of 4-5 or no color changed and the color fastness to light was medium-rated. 2) Loose-fitting garments are more popular than tight-fitting ones; Lamphun province’s fabrics were found to be the best in terms of decorations. 3) By attending the courses, there were significate changes regarding knowledge, improvement at .05, and attendees received the most benefits from pattern making and Muslim clothing producing (at 4.70).
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Volume Title
Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Knowledge Acquisition and Modeling
Series
Advances in Intelligent Systems Research
Publication Date
June 2015
ISBN
978-94-62520-87-5
ISSN
1951-6851
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/kam-15.2015.71How to use a DOI?
Open Access
This is an open access article distributed under the CC BY-NC license.

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