The Thread’s Dance
Dai weavers have produced fine brocades for more than a thousand years.
Skilful and resourceful women produce beautiful cotton and silk brocades with wooden looms for themselves and their loved ones.
In traditional Dai villages, you will meet women weaving scenes of nature,life and religion into silky and colourful patterns.
By adding a personal touch, they create their own vibrantly coloured elegant clothes and accessories.
Dai women tend to pay special attention to their clothing hand made in a fabric woven.
They focus on light, beautiful, simple and elegant dresses as well as on the perfect match of colours.
This drawing named the Threads’ Dance is a tribute to all Dai women whose works are made with painstaking time, feeling and passion; the outcome of which is extremely precious.