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Jpeg 44K 9809O34 A woman tying the resists in the silk before the first application of dyeing in the ikat process at a weaving mill at Innbawkon (Inpawkhon) on Lake Inle, Shan State. Note that she has a sample strip of woven ikat over her lap which she is using as a pattern for the tying. In the foreground are some skeins of silk which have been tied.
A woman tying the resists in the silk before the first application of dyeing in the ikat process at a weaving mill at Innbawkon (Inpawkhon) on Lake Inle, Shan State. Note that she has a sample strip of woven ikat over her lap which she is using as a pattern for the tying. In the foreground are some skeins of silk which have been tied.
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