Analysis of the Differences in Embroidery Patterns between the Dong and Miao Ethnic Groups

Shirun LI


Chinese embroidery art has a long history, and each ethnic group has gradually formed embroidery culture with their own ethnic characteristics over the long history. Miao and Dong embroideries are considered as important components of Chinese embroidery. There are various types of Dong embroidery, with unique shapes and rich colors Miao embroidery is a colorful, exaggerated, and unique decorative pattern that stands out among traditional Chinese embroidery categories. Through the comparative analysis of Miao and Dong embroidery patterns, this paper summarizes the differences between Miao and Dong embroidery patterns, so that China’s Folk art can be inherited and developed.


Dong ethnic group; Miao ethnic group; Embroidery pattern

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