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Design and Production of Woven Rope Embroidery and Patchwork Decorative Wall Hangings

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DOI: 10.23977/artpl.2023.041116 | Downloads: 22 | Views: 319

Author(s)

Shuzhen Chen 1, Li Zhang 1, Xiaoli Ren 1, Ruoyao Xu 1, Lin Wang 1

Affiliation(s)

1 Anhui Vocational and Technical College, Hefei, 230011, China

Corresponding Author

Shuzhen Chen

ABSTRACT

Based on the traditional Chinese patchwork craft "Eight-Pointed Lotus Flower" and the Western patchwork craft "Coin Pattern," a patchwork decorative wall hanging is designed and produced. The overall color scheme adopts traditional Chinese colors of bright red and deep blue, combined with blue printed fabric, and embellished with the craft of woven rope embroidery to create three-dimensional traditional Chinese auspicious patterns "Hui Zi Wen" and "Fu Zi Wen." The overall artwork seamlessly integrates elements from both Chinese and Western designs, achieving a harmonious and unified visual effect, showcasing the charm of Chinese traditional culture, and also suitable for modern daily use.

KEYWORDS

Patchwork; Eight-Pointed Lotus Flower; Coin Pattern; Woven Rope Embroidery

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Shuzhen Chen, Li Zhang, Xiaoli Ren, Ruoyao Xu, Lin Wang, Design and Production of Woven Rope Embroidery and Patchwork Decorative Wall Hangings. Art and Performance Letters (2023) Vol. 4: 105-112. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/artpl.2023.041116.

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