THE STUDY OF PROCESS OF DECORATING WOVEN FABRIC WITH COLOR PRINTING FROM NATURAL MATERIALS
This research aims to 1) study of natural color-coding materials for textile fabrics; 2) design cotton patterns and assess consumer satisfaction. The sample group included 100 tourists who visited Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat Woramahaviharn, Phitsanulok Province. Tools used in the research included observation form and questionnaires. Statistics used in the research were percentage, means (x) and standard deviation (SD). The study of natural color materials in the decoration of woven fabric showed that teak leaves, Padauk leaves, Cotton leaves, Malabar leaf leaves, Cassia leaves were used to give brown color. Bodhi leaves, Indian Cork leaves Chaiya leaves and Neem leaves were used to give green color. Indigo leaves were used to give dark green color. Adhesive bonding from colored fabric printing, were vinegar, brine, alum and limewater were the color fastness from washing. Cotton design and evaluation of consumer satisfactions towards product styles in were at a high level ( = 4.17), useful and new ( =4.12) and utility ( =4.03).
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