BCG shirt, the key to sustainability.

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BCG shirt, the key to sustainability.



"BCG Shirt, the Key to Sustainability," Nan Governor (Mr. Wiboon Waewbandit) wore at the opening ceremony for creative innovation (Inno-Creative Design Showcase) on May 24, 2023, at Phakong Road, Nan Province, by Nan Province and the Nan Provincial Industrial Office.

It is a shirt that is woven from the end of the spool left over from the weaving process, and it cannot be utilized in weaving into a large, full piece of cloth. Therefore, there are many threads at the end of the spool when bringing the remaining yarn from weaving to be a line again and used as a warp line in weaving. Along with the weaving pattern "Kho Kha Jae Tai Lue," or Thai Lue padlock pattern, and bed sheet pattern. This is the weaving wisdom of the Tai Lue people that has been handed down from generation to generation by reusing the pattern by reversing the pattern back and forth in new patterns that are beautiful and strange, adding more charm to the woven fabric, In addition, the color used to dye the plain fabric and yarn, it is also the color of natural materials such as lac color and color from Khamsaed seed, padauk bark and eucalyptus leaves. 

"BCG T-shirt, Key to Sustainability" is one example of conducting business according to the guidelines, the BCG Model Bioeconomy The circular economy and the green economy (economy), where waste can be brought back to create works full of creativity, and very valuable and also the use of colors from natural materials to conserve the environment for a sustainable global society.

Source of woven fabrics Paew Cotton Shop, Pua District

Designer Kanchariya Thanatcha Kornpathidara


Awards

Winner
Nan fabric product design contest "Men's Ready-to-Wear Products" Annual Event and Nan City Goods 2023

Winner
Nan fabric product design contest "Women's Ready-to-Wear Products" Annual Event and Nan City Goods 2023

Winner
Nan Province Woven Fabric Product Design Contest "finished set" Annual events and good things in Nan 2022

1st runner-up award
Nan Province Woven Fabric Product Design Contest "Conveniences and Souvenirs"

 


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