All regions and places are locations where different cultures and civilizations intersected. All previous cultures and civilizations have left invaluable wealth to the cultural heritage of that country. The same is true when it comes to knitting. The valuable hands of our mothers, grandmothers and great-grandparents lovingly knit various items and clothing for the family, maiden’s attire and dowry equipment. They tried to preserve the interesting and attractive motifs of knitting from oblivion.
In the middle of the last century, a sharp jump in industrial development occurred. Every effort should be made to ensure that this priceless treasure does not die out. Machine products and nylon blouses were at a much higher level than those made by hand. The so-called “twilight” of manual labor was, fortunately, a short-lived adventure.
The reaction to industrial stereotypes was “digging” through our grandmother’s chests. This has become a fashion trend. The “grandmother’s chest” style has been embraced by happiness throughout the world.