Lou Dzeut

Hemp has been grown in the Val d’Aosta region since ancient times: this plant thrives along the riversides and the fiber it gives is woven into a very strong material which, in some cases, is better than wool. This centuries-old tradition is now carried on by the Lou Dzeut Cooperative, which sells fabrics by the meter, as well as handmade products. Clothing, household linen, shopping bags. All products can be made to order and to measure.

Lou Dzeut

Tuesday through Sunday from 9 am to noon and from 2 pm to 6 pm
Frazione Chardoney 42, Champorcher, Italia - +39 0125 37327 - http://www.loudzeut.com

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