Exquisite gifts of the Red Dao people in Sapa

Brocade of the Red Dao people from being used only in daily life has turned into meaningful souvenirs, reminding visitors of a beautiful region

Brocade of the Red Dao people from being used only in daily life has turned into meaningful souvenirs, reminding visitors of a beautiful region of the country. The Dao ethnic group is one of 54 ethnic groups living on the strip of Vietnam, distributed mainly in the northern highland provinces such as Ha Giang, Lao Cai, Lang Son… Like other ethnic minorities, in addition to the cultivation and husbandry work, the Red Dao people in Sapa Vietnam also have a number of crafts with their own unique imprints such as forging and casting to make jewelry, embroidering, printing flowers, and preserving brocade with beeswax, etc. and most developed.

On the journeys of traveling…

On the journeys of traveling to explore the attractions of Sapa Vietnam, visitors can see images of mothers who are looking after their children with their hands in their arms and carrying bags of yarn for embroidery, or old ladies drying corn on the yard, still wearing embroideries on their hips. The Dao people in general and the Red Dao people in particular prefer to use bright red colors for decoration: red scarves, cotton on the chest, collar…

The embroidery technique is open to reveal the black background and indigo background in the motifs, which has the effect of reducing the brilliance of the original colors, creating a smooth, deep, and immaculate gradation. The motifs for embroidery and weaving are usually flowers, leaves, human figures … stylized quite a lot, subtly integrated, showing the meticulousness and ingenuity of the eyes and hands of the Red Dao woman.

Brocade of the Red Dao people from being used only in daily life has turned into meaningful souvenirs, reminding visitors of a beautiful region of the country. Coming to Sapa Vietnam, visitors will not have to search for eyes because the Red Dao people sell a lot of handicrafts, specifically Ta Phin village, about 15km from Sapa town, where the Red Dao community lives in Sapa Vietnam. On the way to the village, you can see Red Dao women in vibrant traditional costumes gathering in groups of embroidery groups. They consider each product made as a brainchild, it shows both the personality of the maker and the visitors will be amazed when they see it.

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