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TEXTILE-KULTUR / Haslach Austria
The association TEXTILE-KULTUR HASLACH in Austria was Founded in 1991. The purpose of the association is to promote a broad spectrum of textile art and culture.
Creating a connection between tradition and modernity, art and technology, commerce and industry, education and research, experimentation and practice.
Textile Museum Tilburg - the Netherlands
The Audax Textile Museum Tilburg is situated at the Goirkestreet in the heart of the old textile town Tilburg, The Netherlands. You find the museum in the former wool factory of C. Mommers & Co. With a special museum shop and café which can be visited separately. On the same grounds, Mommerskwartier, you find the Royal Damask Weaving Mill, a library and four Textile Studio's. which you can visit.

Göteborgs Remfabrik – Textile Heritage Centre
Situated in the city centre of Göteborg, this mill is a typical working-place from the beginning of the 20th century and probably the best preserved mill from this period in all Scandinavia.
Originally a weaving mill for industrial belting, it was founded in 1891 and closed down in 1977. Very few changes were made during the last 30 years before closure. All the original looms, transmissions and tools are left in their places.
The city of Göteborg acquired the buildings after closure, and today Remfabriken is a unique ”living working museum” run by an association of volunteers. The volunteers are maintaining the machinery and producing ribbons, lace and other products for the museum shop. They also make guided tours of the mill.
Entering the mill gives the visitor a feeling of “time-travel”, about 100 years back. Most of the machinery still is in working order. The guided tour of the mill includes demonstrations of the original machinery as well as the different textile machines that have found their way to the mill after closure.
Wülfing-Museum - Germany
The textile mill Johann Wülfing & Son belongs to the past.
According to its history the mill was founded in 1774 in Lennep, it closed its doors forever in 1996. One of the last German victims in the competition between the international textile industry. What remains are the buildings of the factory, They testify to the former size and significance of the company. Since 1997, members of the association Johann Wülfing & Son Museum are keeping the memory alive on their "lost world" and make it available to interested parties. For the exhibition the museum has also received assistance from the NRW foundation, which therefore also supports the voluntary work for the monument.
Heimweberei Museum - Germany
Weverijmuseum Geldrop - the Netherlands
Welcome to Museum ‘Het Leids Wevershuis’ (The Leiden Weaver House). An authentic Weaver House built about 1560 in the heydays of the Leiden textile industry. Many old features from the 16th and 17th centuries have been preserved.

Stepping into the Weaver House takes you back to the 19th century and shows you how weavers were working at home and how 'ordinary citizens' were living over centuries. The hallway has a mural with the names of weavers and residents starting from 1561.

Almost daily, during opening hours, an antique weaving loom from 1830 is operated. Frequently also exhibitions and lectures are held.

In our shop there is a small collection of handmade products for sale.

We hope to meet you at the Weaver House.
OIDFA is the international Bobbin and Needle Lace organisation that is legally registered in France. It was established in 1982.
The aim of the LOKK is to encourage interest in lace and the making of lace.
Deutscher Klöppelverband
Stichting Weven met Beperking
Koninklijke Academie Schone Kunsten

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