Chungcheongnam-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 44 Seocheon Chimseonjang


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Chungcheongnam-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 44 Seocheon Chimseonjang +

Classification Intangible Cultural Property
Designated date 2010.9.10
location Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do
Bedding refers to threading a needle into a thread to make the whole of the doubles, which is to make the clothes dry and sew, or to embroider to make them more beautiful, or to make the clothes decorated with a paddle.

Making clothes is a complicated task that is completed through various processes as well as sewing techniques.

A needle is used to sew cloth and cloth as a tool of a needle.

The needle is divided into fine, medium, and thick needles according to the thickness. Fine needles are used to make clothes with cloth such as silk or silk, or to sew delicate parts such as feathers or silk. A medium needle slightly thicker than a fine needle is usually used to make clothes with coarse cloth, such as cotton or cloth. Other thick needles were used to sew blankets rather than clothes, but the ears of the needles were large, so they were usually used in layers of thread.

In addition, sewing tools include thread, ruler, scissors, iron, etc. to make comfortable and beautiful clothes for the family in each household.

However, the most important factor that determines the appearance, dignity, and utility of the clothes depends on the sewing skills of the master craftsman who is in charge of the bedding.

Therefore, the burial site was not just about stitching clothes, but was in charge of selecting fabrics, designing, finishing, and sewing, so if the process of making clothes is not entered like panorama, proper clothing cannot be made, and the traditional burial function in Chungcheong Province has been faithfully continued.


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