Flower-shapes quilting round place-mat

285.000

Navy blue cotton.

Indigo dyed hemp.

Size Guide

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Collar 14,5 15 15,5 16,5 17 17,5 18,5 19 20,5
Length 30 31 32 33,5 34 35,5 36,5 37 38,5
Chest 41 42 44 46 48 50 52 56 58
Shouler 18 18,5 19 20,5 21,5 22 23,5 24,5 25
Waist 44 46 48 50 52 56 58 60 62
Collar 15 15,5 16,5 17 17,5 18,5 19 20,5 21
Length 31 32 33,5 34 35,5 36,5 37 38,5 40
Chest 42 44 46 48 50 52 56 58 60
Shouler 18,5 19 20,5 21,5 22 23,5 24,5 25 26
Waist 46 48 50 52 56 58 60 62 64
Collar 15,5 16,5 17 17,5 18,5 19 20,5 21 22
Length 32 33,5 34 35,5 36,5 37 38,5 40 44
Chest 44 46 48 50 52 56 58 60 64
Shouler 19 20,5 21,5 22 23,5 24,5 25 26 28
Waist 48 50 52 56 58 60 62 64 66

International Convention

USA 14,5 15 15,5 16,5 17 17,5 18,5 19 20,5
Europe 30 31 32 33,5 34 35,5 36,5 37 38,5
Japan 41 42 44 46 48 50 52 56 58
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DETAILS

  • 35 cm in diagram ( 13.8 Inches)

  • Front: Indigo dyed hemp in different shades of blue, stitched together by English paper piecing technique from many shapes of flower (each flower is made from 7 hexagon handwoven hemp pieces). The border is hand-sewn into a round shape.

  • Reverse: Navy blue cotton

  • 2 mm Batting Layer in the Middle

  • Dry Clean or Wash with Cold Water & Mild Detergent

THE PROCESS

Manual hemp weaving

This place-mat is using organic hemp with organic plant dye. Weaving hemp fabric is a labour-intensive process. The cultivation period occurs between April and October. Once the plants have been cut, the stems are laid along the ground for several weeks so the fibres are exposed. These must then be hand-wound to create a continuous yarn for weaving. The yarn is washed in ash and boiling water, which acts as a natural bleaching-agent, then crushed by foot-mill to produce a shiny and smooth finish. The complete textile is then woven manually on a wooden and bamboo loom.  The end result is a highly durable, hypo-allergenic material has been produced without the chemical treatment required by other plant materials.

Botanical indigo dyeing

Today’s traditional hand-dyeing techniques are quite strange in our modern lives, and almost dyeing process is mechanized with advanced techniques. However, The Hmong People still retain their tradition. This product is dyed with natural indigo, which is very close with Hmong People’s life. They are source of natural blue widely applied in hemp. Depending on how dark the artisan wants to make the material, repeated dyeing and drying may be required.

English paper piecing technique

English paper piecing (or paper piecing) is a method of attaching and stabilizing pieces of fabric together. The practice’s name comes from the fact that it was, and still is, popular in Britain. The technique used to paper piece involves wrapping paper shapes in fabric and then stitching the fabric together. Once a shape, bloc, rosette, or finished piece has been made, the papers are removed, leaving the fabric as the remaining item. Our artisan applied this special technique to creatively make our handmade product in a long and meticulous process.

Please Note: Every item is one of a kind and no two are alike. The dyed palette comes from all-natural botanical pigments, and each pillowcase gets its unique character from washing and drying under the Vietnamese sun. Handmade items are not factory made; therefore these pillows may have minor imperfections that add to their vintage charm.

( Source: Viethnic)

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