Contemporary Southeast Asian Arts and Crafts: Ethnic Craftsmen at Work With How-To Instructions for Adapting Their Crafts
Step-by-step photographic sequences showing native craftsmen at work demonstrate the techniques involved in the creation of textile, plaited fiber, bamboo, wood, stone, ivory, pottery, and metalwork masterpieces
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Material and Equipment
Embroidery and Applique
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Ancestor figures annealing application of wax applique art forms arts and crafts backstrap loom Bali Balinese bamboo basket Batak batik beads bronze Buginese carved cast celadon China Chinese clay cloth coil color cord cotton cross-stitch culture Dayak decorative Dongson Dottie Anderson dyed embroidery fabric fibers geringsing glaze gold leaf hammer heddle Hindu ikat India Indonesia influences Java Javanese Kalimantan kiln lacquer leaves lokub lost-wax casting Luzon Maranao mask material melted metal Mindanao mold necklace North Sumatra northern Thailand ornaments P.O. Box painted palm leaf pattern Philippines Photo Courtesy piece plaited pottery puppets Rangda removed repousse ritual sarong selvage sewn shape shells shuttle silk silver soldered Sometimes Southeast Asia sticks stitch stone string Sulawesi Sumatra Sumba supplementary warp surface symbols T'boli TEXTILES—APPLIED DESIGN Thailand tjanting traditional tree warp threads wayang weaving weft weft ikat weft threads wire wood wooden woven Yakan yarn