apron; zadie

Wool apron. Oblong shape, the orange-red background (Typical of the area) is replaced along the top by a darker tint, this darker portion being called 'briu' (braid). Homespun woollen thread, handwoven in 4 thread pattern. Handpicked (in the loom) and cross-beam, tassels sewn at the bottom and scalloped edges. Length: 108 cm; Width: 51 cm. (Homemade wool, purchased fine coloured woollen thread and cotton).

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