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All reviews silk worms silk tie silk making the cocoon beautiful silk staff were so helpful silk production tailoring service next morning whole process take photos within hours no pressure finished product cocoons weaving embroidered
My wife brought a photo of an elegant jacket (runway item) and we thought it would be tough for them to pull it off, never mind overnight, but they did and it's beautiful. High-quality fabric and tailoring, and they took the time to get the...More
They created two men’s shirt and two women’s shirts for us. They copied the men’s shirts perfect from the one that we brought and had great fabrics to choose from. The women’s shirts were a bit more difficult, since it had to be copied from...More
I get there after a planned visit with my tourist tour. I got the measures and came back after a few hours, to realize that it was not properly cut. The jacket did some wrinkles in the front, something that NEVER should happen in a...More
Just loved the easy way the process of making silk from silk worms was explained. So easy to understand and you can see the live worms just in front of you in all of their stages. Good to see how the fabric is made and...More
My husband and I returned here after 3 years and again everything was great. The staff were so helpful and my husband ordered a long pair of cashmere silk pants and a long sleeve shirt. I ordered 4 pairs of pants and 2 blouses. Staff...More
Your visit gives you the opportunity to see superb embroidery craftsmanship and an insight into silk production. I took the opportunity to be measured for a silk evening shirt at 11 am and if was delivered to my hotel at 5pm the same evening Amazing.
I'm always sceptical when driving into another 'factory' (tourist trap!) but this one was quite i interesting as they actually did show you the whole process from the silkworms, teasing, spinning and weaving/sewing. To see the experts, many young ladies, working so expertly was a...More
My wife and I recently visited the workshop as part of our walking tour of Hoi An. The visit was interesting in that I have never actually seen silk worms, and the staff show you the process of silk being made which was very interesting....More
First you are invited to observe silkworm doing their job, but the whole idea is to sel you some tailor-made garments. Eager to sell, but not to much. Hard to bargain on the prices, though.
Measurements is taken in the late afternoon, and the garment...More