Barrydale Hand Weavers, Barrydale


Barrydale Hand Weavers, along the Route 62, make weavers of natural unbleached cotton on traditional handlooms. The weavery is open to the public and has become a sought after tourist attraction in Barrydale.
They create beautiful cotton pieces such as bath mats, tea towels, clothing, rugs and tableware, with a distinctive handmade look and feel that characterises these durable and high-quality products.

People are trained in the art of handweaving to produce beautiful handwoven rugs and fabrics, and the weavers are encouraged to come up with their own designs. Everything is handmade so each item has its own unique signature.


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