Design and quality improvement of clothing product from indigo cotton fabric
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The purposes of this research were to study the pattern and the basic need of indigo woven groups in study areas and to design, develop the textile products from indigo fabrics, to compare the pattern of materials, production process, textile products, and transferred cloth product technology from them. The instruments used were interview, comment evaluation, an evaluation, and training evaluation. The sample groups were 100 interested persons and 20 trainees from Ban Tam Toa Tumbon Samakipattana of Arkat-amnuay District in Sakonnakorn. The Statistics used were percent, mean, and standard deviation. The results revealed that the two study areas were Ban Bin weavers group of Long district in Phrae and Ban Tam Toa of Arkat-amnuay district in Sakonnakorn. The former groups produced indigo fabrics and varieties products such as garments, sarongs, scarves, and shawls but the patterns were more modern. The later groups produced only indigo fabrics that were not processing into other products except the shawls and the scarves. They wanted to produce the varieties products from indigo fabrics. The design and the development of textile product patterns from them, which were leaded to produce the garments from two groups of five patterns. The comment evaluations were the ninth patterns were the most suitable garments include the decoration; pattern and design were an average of 4.65. The comparison, patterns, materials, and textile product process from indigo fabrics found that the former groups produced the fabrics for sarong. They used Chok weaved techniques and varieties colored threads for design which were beautiful and high cost. Another made scarves, shawls, bags, garments, materials and indigo plant products, indigo water and dye. The patterns of the later groups were different from the former groups which most of them were produced into sarong or sewn to the other products. They were used tied dye processes that were the same color, materials, and processes as the former groups and they work every day. The assessment of transferred technology, the trainees were the later groups that needed to make money. The results indicated that the female trainees were elder 40 years who were weavers, elementary education, and their income less than 5,000 baht. Before training, they had known indigo fabric design in very low level. The sewing and the design were low level. After training, they had known more three parts and can apply their knowledge to high level. The most of trainees require to next training time.
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