Local Wisdom

Interview Part - This village carries on the uniqueness of wood carvings on both wooden plates and wooden sticks and with the types of bas-relief, high-relief and free-standing.

This village carries on the uniqueness of wood carvings on both wooden plates and wooden sticks and with the types of bas-relief, high-relief and free-standing.

Interview Part - Let's explore the natural dye clothes with Pick A Craft! Here we are at the dye clothe center, and all of the ingredients are from nature!

Let's explore the natural dye clothes with Pick A Craft! Here we are at the dye clothe center, and all of the ingredients are from nature!

Let's visit one of the famous places in Chiang Mai. We're going to show you all around the place and the silverware together. Let's Go!

Interview Part - This week let's see the story of Tai Lue Wovening from Chiang Rai. Tai Lue woven cloth is another art that has existed from hundreds of years ago to the present.

This week let's see the story of Tai Lue Wovening from Chiang Rai Tai Lue woven cloth is another art that has existed from hundreds of years ago to the present.

Interview Part - Making Saa Paper from Ban Dong Pa Sang in which it uses paper in the creation. The remarkable feature of mulberry paper decorated with natural materials such as flowers, leaves, herbs and fruits.

Making Saa Paper from Ban Dong Pa Sang in which it uses paper in the creation. The remarkable feature of mulberry paper decorated with natural materials such as flowers, leaves, herbs and fruits.

Interview Part - Basketry is a charming craft work that shows the way of life of the people in Thai community. Today, Pick A Craft will introduce you to Ban Pa Bong Luang, which is one of the villages that have continued the basketery work with bamboo handicraft from ancestors.

Basketry is a charming craft work that shows the way of life of the people in Thai community. Today, Pick A Craft will introduce you to Ban Pa Bong Luang, which is one of the villages that have continued the basketery work with bamboo handicraft from ancestors.

Openning of Pick A Craft Channel on YouTube

Thai Lue ancestors of Ban Hat Bai favor weaving fabric from cotton bubbles that are grown by ourselves on a hill or from a plantation garden, such as sarong, shirts, pants, sheets, and grandmother bags. His popularity and appreciation for his local knowledge and knowledge has always been maintained.

Hill tribal weaving products such as bag, scarf

Wickerwork from natural wood such as bamboo, rattan

Wood Carving

Handmade products from coconut shell