Traditional Hill Tribe Weaving Class at Thai Tribal Craft Fair Trade in Chiang Mai Thailand

Go Beyond a Tour with Traditional Hill Tribe Weaving Classes

Traditional Hill Tribe Weaving Class at Thai Tribal Craft Fair Trade in Chiang Mai ThailandThai Tribal Crafts Fair Trade invites you to learn the traditional back-strap weaving techniques of the Hill Tribes of Northern Thailand.

At the end of your three-hour course, you’ll have a small keepsake of traditional Thai woven cloth that you’ll be able to say you made yourself. Customers have turned them into charming basket linings, wall hangings, or table squares.

You’ll learn each step of the traditional weaving methods of the local tribes, as taught by a tribal instructor.

Traditional Hill Tribe Weaving Class at Thai Tribal Craft Fair Trade in Chiang Mai ThailandClass Details

Class sizes are limited to 3 students per session, with morning and afternoon classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Each class has their own instructor and translator.

For 1200THB per person, your three-hour class session includes refreshments and a free gift.

If you would like a longer class, two consecutive class sessions are offered for 2200THB.

To book a spot in a class, please contact Thai Tribal Crafts Fair Trade by email at [email protected]. Advanced payment is required and not refundable.

 

Traditional Hill Tribe Weaving Class at Thai Tribal Craft Fair Trade in Chiang Mai ThailandAbout Thai Tribal Crafts Fair Trade

Thai Tribal Crafts Fair Trade has been doing good work with local Hill Tribes around Chiang Mai, Thailand since 1973. http://ttcrafts.co.th/ttc_profile.html

The retail store is open Mon-Sat 9.00 am – 5.00 pm, and is located at 208 Bamrungrat Rd., Chiang Mai 50000. Telephone is (+66) 053-241-043

When in Chiang Mai, you can always purchase traditional hand-crafted items at the store, but now you can learn how to make them yourself in their new weaving class!

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One thought on “Go Beyond a Tour with Traditional Hill Tribe Weaving Classes

  1. Wow. This sounds interesting. We’ll be there in October. I’ll check with the kiddo to see if she’s interested in this class. Thanks for sharing!

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