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Baskwork by manas

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  • 1. Basketwork
  • 2.
    • By
    • Mr.Manus Sukthae
    • No.2
    • M.5/1
  • 3.
    • baskwork is one of the important of Ban Wang Dat people and baskwork is tool should conservation.
    Background for baskwork
  • 4.
    • 1.To study about community and community culture of Sukhothai and Bandanlanhoi in topic Basketwork festival, enables me to develop an understanding of my place within my community and conserve it.
    • 2.To compare my experience with my friends and learner aboard, specifically in my own community, country.
    • 3.To use English in order to exchange information and communicate effectively.
    Objective
  • 5.
    • Wicker craft is valuable in itself And Use Material Wicker . In the value of arts and crafts and basketry made by hand as opposed to products made from plants is a unique value of each piece. Weave pattern of woven and knitted form insert wicker reflect local characteristics .
  • 6. Ban Wung Dat make basketwork several and Accessories . basketwork is important in past to present for live. so they should Conservation basktwork in Ban Wung Dat
  • 7. Materials used can be any part of a plant, such as the cores of cane of rattan stalks, or whole thicknesses of plants, as with willow switches. Other popular materials include reed and bamboo.
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  • 10. There are 8 villages

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