Weft for spool coiling
Spool coiling is a process where weft is made for usage in ramie weaving.
Weft is wrapped around the ball thread.
Beans and pine nuts are put on the thread bundle so that it doesn’t rise suddenly.
The ball thread with wrapping is completed.
Weft for usage in the stretcher beam on the loom is wrapped.
It is wrapped with normal thread and not ramie thread.
The thread bundle with weft wrapping completed.
The components of the loom for ramie weaving.
‘Buk’ is where the weft coil goes.
‘Budae’ is what fixes the loom to the waist.
The warp beam is put on the loom and fixed.
The warp beam is unwrapped and the warp thread is pulled into the position where weaving will be done with the loom.
The ‘Budae’ is attached to the waist and connected to the warp thread.
The weft is connected between the warp thread and wrapped around the stretcher beam.
The transparent heart is hung on the “Ingaol”
The stretcher beam is connected with the Nunsupdae, allowing the Ingaol and the Saol to be spread.
The weft (buk threadl) spool is moistened.
The soft heart is added so that the warp thread doesn’t dry.
The loom stick is moved up and down with the thread connected to the hole in the rubber shoe using the foot.
A poem of the heart is inscribed on the loom.
A ramie roll is made as the bulk thread is stacked on top of each other with the sound of the body.
Many hearts collide and disappear on top of the loom.
If broken warp thread is found, they can be reconnected using saliva.
Only a weightless and soundless heart consists of the texture of the ramie.
This is tightly-woven ramie
Once a roll has been woven, the lint is cut.
This is a roll of woven ramie after all processes have been completed.
A clean heart wrapped around the loom roller.
The sound of the ramie butterfly’s flight is heard.
A serene smile full of ramie ply.