Ambassadors of Lithuanian linen bring good news from Norway
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Ambassadors of Lithuanian linen bring good news from Norway
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Sponsored article 2017 february 28 d. 23:04

“We are in Oslo, in Norway's largest open-air museum,
Norsk Folkemuseum, presenting Lithuanian linen. Lots of
tourists from all over the world here, asking with great
interest what the linen looks like. When we notice curious
faces, we invite visitors of the live exhibition to give it
a spin at the workshop where we demonstrate the path of yarn
and show how the fibre is processed. We are very happy
seeing the emotions of visitors – their interest has
exceeded all expectations,” says Agnė Žilinskaitė, CEO
of the Fine Crafts Association and implementer of the
international Lithuanian-Norwegian project Making and
Growing – Traditions between Fibre &amp; Fabric.

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