The creation of nightgown decorated by woven silk yarn scrap of ban krua thai silk industrial village, Ratchathewi, Bangkok
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The creation of nightgown decorated by woven silk yarn scrap from Baan Krua Cottage Industrial Village in Ratchathewi, Bangkok, Thailand. Objectives are: 1) to study the weaving technique using the silk yarn scrap, 2) to design a nightgown decorated with woven silk yarn scrap, and 3) to study the overall satisfaction of nightgown designs which utilize silk yarn scrap. The sample population in this research is 250 women found on Silom Road, central Bangkok. The research instrument is a questionnaire with 9 prototype nightgowns decorated with woven silk yarn scrap. The collection consists of 3 sets, one set with 3 short nightgowns, another set with 3 long nightgowns and the last set with 3 short nightgowns with long tails. The research methodology is to hand out the questionnaire to 250 non-specific women on Silom Road. Data analysis is done by statistic percentage average, and standard deviation. Results of studying the survey show that most of the sample populations are women age between 31 -35 years old with bachelor degrees or the equivalent. Most are married and work as state enterprise officers. Incomes are between 20,001 - 30,000 baht. Most of them have bought a silk nightgown before and chosen to buy at department stores. The reason that they do not prefer silk nightgowns is because most in the current market are not innovative enough. Most of the sample populations have never seen a nightgown decorated with woven silk yarn scrap before. The results of studying the satisfaction of the sample population found that for the short nightgown set, most of the sample population prefer number 2, standard deviation is 4.48. For the long nightgown set, most of the sample populations prefer number 2, standard deviation is 4.44. And for the short nightgown with long tail set, most of the sample populations prefer number 2, standard deviation is 4.46.
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