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Korean Patchwork

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Tue, 31 Jan 2017 13:00:08 +0000
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1981-65- Matt Flynn 016Bojagi cloths were essential elements of Korean households since the very beginning of the Joseon Dynasty in the late fourteenth century up until the 1950s. Equally used and valued by Korean peasants, working classes, and royalty, these multipurpose textiles combined functionality, aesthetic, and craftsmanship. They served a variety of functions including wrapping gifts, covering cooked food from insects and rodents, and textile carrier. Bojagi were usually...
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