Our next stop on our road trip along the Mekong River is to visit another group of Tai Lue weavers. This particular village of weavers are famous for their incredible detailed patterns and vibrant colors. Primarily what was on display would be used for women’s “sarong” skirts. These type of skirts would be considered to be on the more formal side and typically used for going to a Buddhist ceremonies (at Temple). Each garment piece shown in the pictures below takes a full month or more to make.
Gallery – Tai Lue Weavers
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