Rectangular handwoven woollen apron formed of two panels sewn together horizontally, each with vertical stripes in black with narrow red and green stripes, and two vertical stripes in white with narrow vertical stripes in back within. The lower part of the paron is edged with a strip of black cloth edged which have been cut with pinking shears. The upper part has been folded over and the fold stitched down to narow at the waist. The apron is secured with a cord of plaited wool in green and black wool, stitched to either side at the top, which is hemmed.
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