Korea | Jeogori

Korea | Jeogori

pojagi ,Korean patchwork

pojagi ,Korean patchwork

MYWEDDING 한복디자이너 이영희 이것이 대한민국 한복이다

MYWEDDING 한복디자이너 이영희 이것이 대한민국 한복이다

Traditional costume by Seo Young-hee and Kim In-ja (Culture Ministry)  South Korea will showcase its traditional crafts at one of the world’s largest international furniture fairs set to open in Milan, Italy.  The government-led exhibit, “Constancy and Change in Korean Traditional Craft 2013,” will be part of the Milan International Furniture Fair on April 9-14, the ministry said, adding that it will be the first time Korean crafts will be on display at the trade fair.

Traditional costume by Seo Young-hee and Kim In-ja (Culture Ministry) South Korea will showcase its traditional crafts at one of the world’s largest international furniture fairs set to open in Milan, Italy. The government-led exhibit, “Constancy and Change in Korean Traditional Craft 2013,” will be part of the Milan International Furniture Fair on April 9-14, the ministry said, adding that it will be the first time Korean crafts will be on display at the trade fair.

-Though it was only plain white, the fabric billowed out like a handkerchief, and for half a moment she thought the woman might blow away.

-Though it was only plain white, the fabric billowed out like a handkerchief, and for half a moment she thought the woman might blow away.

Blogged here Two tutorials on sewing machine stitched Pojagi seams here

Blogged here Two tutorials on sewing machine stitched Pojagi seams here

Stained Glass Effect -  When Jogakbo is installed on a window, its effect embodies the concept of a stain glass. The sunlight lights up the colors and emphasizes the overlapped edges of the squares. But since Jogakbo is made from natural materials, it gives off a softer light than a traditional stained glass. It can be called ‘fabric stained glass’ as a new concept of window treatment.

Stained Glass Effect - When Jogakbo is installed on a window, its effect embodies the concept of a stain glass. The sunlight lights up the colors and emphasizes the overlapped edges of the squares. But since Jogakbo is made from natural materials, it gives off a softer light than a traditional stained glass. It can be called ‘fabric stained glass’ as a new concept of window treatment.

Pojagi - Korean Style Patchwork. Sewn from linen scraps (I think they were old dish towels). One square has a bit of blue stitching and I thought hard about cutting it away. But a little mark like this makes this piece unique.

Pojagi - Korean Style Patchwork. Sewn from linen scraps (I think they were old dish towels). One square has a bit of blue stitching and I thought hard about cutting it away. But a little mark like this makes this piece unique.

Chunghie Lee at ArtXchange Gallery Korean fiber artist explores Korea’s wrapping cloth tradition bojagi

Chunghie Lee at ArtXchange Gallery Korean fiber artist explores Korea’s wrapping cloth tradition bojagi

영조대왕의 도포(King Yungjo’s Outer Coat), (1740年 9月)

영조대왕의 도포(King Yungjo’s Outer Coat), (1740年 9月)

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