The Development of Mudmee Pattern : The Case Study of Silhouette of Prasat Si Khoraphum Using in Clothing Design
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The aims of this study are as follows 1.) to develop a new woven Mud Mee pattern which inspired by optical art integrated with the silhouette of Prasat Si Khoraphom in Surin province 2.) to use the developed Mud Mee pattern to improve clothing design influenced from 1960s fashion 3.) to test the satisfaction level of the finished Mud Mee clothes from the sample group. There are 7 textile professionals including pattern designers, textile artists, Mud Mee textile specialists, and 4 fashion designers as supervisors in screening the patterns and designs. The sample group was selected from the staffs who work in Rajaphat Surindra University, and Rajamangala University of Technology Northeast (Surin Campus). The tools used in this research were the fabric pattern sketches inspired by optical art integrated with the silhouette of Prasat Si Khoraphum, the 1960 fashion clothing design sketches , and the satisfaction survey. The statistical package for the social science program was used to find mean and percentage. This study found that the most selected designs from 7 textile professionals were Pra Sart Moom Soong pattern, Phasom Phasarn Nammatam pattern, and Barai Sai Nam pattern. There were 9 jacket sketches that had been selected. The level of satisfaction on the clothing design from 1960 era of 213 women staff who work in Rajabhat Surindra University and Rajamangala University of Technology Northeast (Surin Campus) showed that the Phrasat Moom Soong pattern gained the highest level of satisfaction (4.78) The Barai Sainam pattern was the most aesthetics pattern (4.70). Finally, the sample group satisfied the color and pattern of Phasom Phasan Nammatham the most (4.73). In Chon-Phoa group, the most aesthetic jacket patterns were Phrasat Moom Soong (4.67), and Phasom Phasrn Nammatham(4.70). While the Bari Sainam pattern appeared to have the highest level of correlation between pattern and clothing design (4.74). In the uniform group, the most aesthetic 1960 jacket patterns were Phrasat Moom Soong (4.74), and Phasom Phasrn Nammatham(4.71). While the Bari Sainam pattern appeared to has the highest level of correlation between pattern and clothing design (4.73). In Art and Fashion group, highest level of correlation between pattern and clothing designs for each pattern were Phrasat Moom Soong pattern (4.67), Bari Sainam pattern (4.69), and Phasom Phasrn Nammatham (4.70).