An ode to linen led to Norwegian sheep
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An ode to linen led to Norwegian sheep
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Sponsored content 2016 august 30 d. 13:22

If you ask a Lithuanian what he or she is proud of, you will
hear plenty of praises to dark bread, basketball, wonderful
forests and hard-working people who still cherish ancient
traditions and are able to create fashionable garments from
linen. Nevertheless, few fellow-countrymen know that skilful
weavers are on the verge of extinction, even though not so
long ago, in the XIX–XX centuries, practically every woman
in a village knew how to weave fabrics, and the most
ingenious of weavers would come up with intricate patterns
and successfully sold or bartered their creations for other
goods.

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