This story is about Cambodian ancient silk skirts during the 12th and 13th century of Khmer empire time silk was very well known. It was given to Srey Peng grandma and Srey Peng mom. Around 1970’s it was passed to Srey Peng mom to keep it safe and carry over through Khmer Rouge time where nothing is hidden behind the Khmer rouge eyes. Srey Peng mom kept the silk skirt safe for 38 years until 2018 her little girl was turning Six years old and was curious enough.
She wanted to make the silk fabric into a silk pocket. This story will also show the picture of silkworm, mulberry and how the silk make. As the silk skirt was passed on to Srey Peng, while Srey Peng’s mom was getting her design and making the pattern ready to be cut and sew. Srey Peng’s mom decided to tell the history of where silk came from, The Silk Industry started in Cambodia then curiously Srey Peng kept asking her mom how she hid the silk skirt to bring to the USA. Picture in USA of designing and pattern making.
|Dimensions:||6 x 9 x 0.10 inches|
|File Size (Kindle):||5101 KB|
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