The largest decoration on the apron in many Dinaric regions were long fringes made of dark spun wool, with which the apron was bordered on three sides. On older aprons, fringes were made by weaving with the help of splints in such a way that on the basis of red and yellow wool, dark blue, green, maroon and black woolen fringes are inwoven. With the disappearance of this technique, fringes were made by two women and their four fingers, keeping the colour ratio of dark fringes and light bands. This very archaic technique is performed by overlapping more strips of wool without any helping tools. Strings were made by one woman, while the fringes were made by two women.

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