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Inheritance and Innovation of Folk Textile Mending Techniques under the Traditional Concept of Cherishing Things

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Authors:

  • Wu Xin
    School of Design, Jiangnan University, Wuxi, China
  • Shen Yu (j/w)

Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0015.6467

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Abstract:

Economised, thorough and skilful utilisation with the concept of cherishing things as its core thought is the basic design concept of traditional creation activities, implying profound philosophical thinking and life philosophy. This article, based on a theoretical interpretation of the traditional concept of cherishing things and combining methods including documents, material objects, manual restoration, etc., firstly expounds the influence and meaning of traditional Chinese folk textile mending in carrying out the concept of cherishing things in the contemporary era; secondly, it focuses on summarising the origin and development of the textile mending industry, pointing out the application prospects of hand darning techniques in nowadays market; and finally, via interpreting the comprehensive design of materials technology, pro-phase protection of preventive mending “smart creation” mode innovation of textiles, etc., this study specifically analyses the inheritance and innovation of folk textile mending techniques, so as to provide references for relevant industries and handicraft enthusiasts in the future.

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concept of cherishing things; handicraft techniques; textile mending; inheritance and innovation.

Citation:

Wu X, Shen Y. Inheritance and Innovation of Folk Textile Mending Techniques under the Traditional Concept of Cherishing Things. FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe  2022; 30, 1(151): 86-92. DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0015.6467

Published in issue no 1 (151) / 2022, pages 86–92.

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