Long Dinh village preserves traditional mat weaving

Created 11 January 2019
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Long Dinh village in Tien Giang province's Chau Thanh district is famous for the craft of weaving sedge mats. Thanks to its high quality and eye-catching designs, Long Dinh mats are loved for years.
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The village’s traditional craft was established 60 years ago by craftsmen from famous mat-weaving areas in the north, such as Kim Son in Ninh Binh, so the village’s mat-weaving techniques are different from others in the south
Weaving mats by machine in Long Dinh Village
Old artisans in Long Dinh mat-weaving village.
Bright colours of sedges after dyeing
A craftsman weaving a sedge mat manually with his loom
The skillful hands of a craftsman weaving a sedge mat on a traditional loom
Craftsmen paint a finished sedge mat with colourful patterns
Various families in Long Dinh village still preserve traditional mat weaving techniques by making mats manually
A craftswoman in Long Dinh village spins sedge fibres into a thread for weaving
A shop selling Long Dinh mats in Tien Giang Market 


Source: VNA - Bridge

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