Traditional felt making takes place on the museum premises and production can be observed first hand by visitors. One of the exhibits in the museum, dated 1954, was made by one of the felt makers when he was a boy.
The wool is sorted, and separated, by hand, into different shades. The white and grays often become the background whilst the darker colors are used for patterns and contrast. 6 kilograms of wool is exactly the right amount to produce a single mat for use as a bed (approx 2m by 3m), or to make the traditional shepherds sleeping bag. Smaller amounts are used for making hats, sitting mats, bread making mats, etc.