15. TEOPESA – Modern handicraft e-shop Teopesa steps from the Internet out on the street, offering a remarkable opportunity to handle creations by exciting Estonian craftspeople (e.g. jewellery of black oak, Liina Viira's accessories, creative toys etc). Beware – in Teopesa, you too, might catch the handicraft fever!
16. PÄRNU RED TOWER WORKSHOP - Pärnu Red Tower offers soap and candle holders of recycled glass and other products fused in oven from shattered coloured bottles and old window glass. We bring with us a workshop where everybody who so wishes can prepare a beautiful glass pendant in the Tiffany technique. The workshop is educational and feasible for children, inspiring for women and technically interesting for men.
17. ESTONIAN SPORTS MUSEUM’S ACTIVITIES AND WORKSHOPS – Friday-Sunday 11:00-12:00 children can make their own mascots.
Friday-Sunday 12:00-17:00 everybody may try how strong, accurate, skilled or smart they are.
18. PÄRNU MAARJA-MAGDALEENA GUILD’S WORKSHOPS – Doll making workshop
Needle felting workshop
Twining adventurous ribbons
19. BOBBIN LACE WORKSHOP – NGO Hestia shows bobbin making and offers an opportunity to try it yourself. Our foremothers made bobbin lace, but for some time, it was almost an extinct handicraft. For that reason, we have not been able to learn this fine craft from our grandmothers. A teacher’s assistant who visited Estonia during 1740-1750, Matthias Friedrich Hasse, has written in his journal: “… women … weave cloth, sew clothing and knit laces …” This allows us to conclude that the skill of our ancestral mothers impressed even learned men from afar already 260 years ago.
20. NGO LELULA’S WORKSHOPS - Friday, 22 July 16:00-20:00, Saturday, 23 July 12:00-18:00, Sunday, 24 July 12:00-16:00.
Hanseatic bags and pillows decorated with textile colours
Jewellery of beads and wool balls
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