The tooth sickle

A friend of mine just bought a Penn-ti in Morgat. He brings me a toothsickle. Here is what surprises me because I have so far known only sickles with blades. My friend informs me about the use of this tool. Read more…

Le paneton

The paneton is also made with rye straw, but this time the seam links are hazel bars. Various other manufactures are exhibited at the museum. The best baskets of straw and bramble are able to make hats, jewellery boxes, slippers Read more…

Rye

As everyone knows, rye is a grass grown like a cereal. My father told me that until the end of the 19th century, this plant was grown to make bread. Seed yield is low: from 15 to 20 quintals per Read more…