The textile art work entitled "Matchmaking" as a whole describes the tradition of matchmaking that is commonly done by parents to their children. The value of tradition raised is about matchmaking still held by some people in Jambi, another tradition value is seen in the left woman who uses fan tengkuluk which is symbol of reason, endeavor and tranquility. In women who are in the position in the middle using tengkuluk tegedeng durian flower that has the meaning of excitement and the right woman wearing pinang pin tengkuluk which has the meaning of symbols of language and sense of inspection, has a shame in him which is the main trait in women. The woman on the left who is embroidering is the first child of the woman on the right to be arranged, the woman to be arranged has the unhappiness to match that seen in her weeping eyes and the wrinkled brow expresses disagreement. People in Jambi who still hold the matchmaking tradition must be willing to follow the traditions they hold. In modern times today many refuse matchmaking as a form of disagreement in the right to live life.