Culture of Myanmar took care of The Baker House Ripley Saturday afternoon with the authentic art, tapestries and designs.
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Women refugees from that country, who now lives in Houston, show their woven goods and traditional crafts demonstrated using a technique called waist looming. Women use specialty wire objects to create original one-of-a-kind as purses, table runners and jewelry.
Dozens of people attended the event Saturday afternoon at The Baker House Ripley enjoyed watching women weave their creations, and did a lot of shopping. The handmade items take three to five days to create and are not as expensive. A stylish hat costs $ 25 and a scarf will cost you $ 50.
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