Świętokrzyskie weaving for Cepelia
For the needs of Cepelia „Świętokrzyskie weaving mill” in Bodzentyn made woolen craft including kilims, aprons, runners and pillows with distinctive striped pattern in a traditional range of colours with dominant black and red, and tablecloths and linen bobbins.
Aprons called Świętokrzyskie stood out among big amount of craft. They were patterned on aprons worn by country women.
Design of craft made in the cooperative especially woolen fabrics was constantly enriched. Among other things ethnographic camp organized by Cepelia in 1970 contributed to it. Its participants committed themselves to provide new motives and decorative patterns through a search made in the country aiming at finding examples of ancient works.