Chipping or kneeling is one of the older weaving techniques and is a typical feature of the Dinaric type of woven aprons. The process of weaving aprons by the chipboard technique is performed by weaving threads of multicolored wefts with fingers between a certain number of warp threads, as many times as the size of the ornament requires. Finger weaving is performed in two ways. The first is when the threads intertwine with the basic wires of the warp, at the borders of the ornament, so that they do not connect with each other, but wrap two adjacent wires and go back and then slits are formed at the borders of the ornament, while in the second variant threads are woven at the border of the ornament. they wrap around one common wire and then there are no slits.