The craftswoman is a Samogitian, a Lithuanian woman to the depths of her heart, so weaving is a way for her to cherish and preserve her nationality. As this craft dates back thousands of years, the craftswoman says we cannot forget its traditions. She believes that as long as at least one weaver is alive, weaving is impossible to disappear. The craftswoman herself was only interested in weaving at the age of 15.
The purpose of the educational program
To engage those around us with a long and rich history of the craft, to demonstrate weaving in practice.
Activities: Participating in the week-long training, you will learn how to calculate, throw, stitch patterns into loom and weave 2 metres of woollen fabric. You will also learn that the weaving machine is a complex mechanism where the warp and the weft cross.
Duration of education: weekly training.
Number of participants: 1 person.
Seasonality: All year round.
Languages: Lithuanian (in Samogitian dialect).
Weaving craft certificate no. 887, dated 14.01.2014.