Bamboo Handcrafted products are distinctive in styles and well decorated. The production of furniture involves different stages for each product. Cane and bamboo products are very strong, durable and long-lasting. The Mudah is a low stool made of bamboo and split cane. Bamboo is used in the body while cane is used in binding as well as weaving the seating part. The mudah gets its strength to support huge loads from the elaborated binding details embedded on it. The patterns are created with their own inventive ideas and skills without using any traced designs. Weaving of stool (Mudah) is manually done by experienced artisans. The durability, low weight, easy maintenance and portability of the furniture further increase its appeal.
The Rope/twine is mostly made by female weavers; the waste bamboo strips is prepared by males. The twine is pulled and straightened to ensure their strength before starting the process. The finest cane is chopped and reduced to thin strips by the artisans. And again is cut down into perfect sizes with measurements for the stool. One by one each piece of bamboo is place opposite to each other and a knot is tied to bind them together. The parts are folded and attached to one another with the rope forming the basic shape of the stool.
The basic shape is then flattened by using the flat wooden piece (thokni) on the either sides to set the tied bamboo in place. Then the rope is tied to the upper side of the shape and various knots are formed, in which Waste bamboo strips are placed through the knots and each rope is pulled by the small wooden hook (Singri) and tightened so that it holds the waste bamboo strips in it forming the rim of the stool. The rope is inventively tied from one end of the rim to the opposite part of the rim. And with the help of the small wooden hook a pattern is been created to form the upper side of the stool. Likewise the whole bamboo stool is completed and ready for customers.