Traditional Sadu weaving still thriving amongst new generations

Photo feature by Mervet Abduldayem KUWAIT, March 15 (KUNA) — The art of Sadu weaving may be an old Bedouin tradition but it remained thriving until today through workshops organized by Sadu House. This traditional weaving depends on primary materials, mainly the wool of camels and sheep. The Sadu House offers workshops for the inquisitive younger generation to learn about this intricate craft.

Participants are taught the flat weave warp-face technique to make pillowcases, Bedouin tents, handbags and much more. (end)

Source: Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)