The Kielce exhibition and congress centre feature ornaments made with incredible precision - this is owed to soutache technique
The Polish sutasz name comes from the French word soutache - braid, a type of string decorations that are sewn onto military uniforms. Soutache is originaly derived from the Hungarian word sujtas - a braid. Soutache is a hand embroidery type - viscose strings are used. These are called soutache.
Making unique jewellery with the use of soutache technique requires a sophisticated aesthetic sense as thin, viscose or pure silk strings are sewn together manually and then adorned with cabochons - smoothly polished stones, crystals or glass beads. One can also use natural stones such as agates, turquoises, howlites, desert sands and many other. The Christmas Fair is the showcase for the soutache technique made products by Renata Kaczmarzyk. The products are truly flamboyant and original, made with great care and attention to every detail.
The Christmas Fair and the Vinyl and CD Exchange accompany Polish National Poetry and Tourism Song Festival "At the Fireplace".
The Winners' Gala concert ickets can be purchased at: http://www.dkbialogon.kupbilecik.pl/ and at selected sales points.
Admission to the Christmas Market and the Vinyl and CD Exchange free of charge. Join us on November 30 at theTargi Kielce Congress Centre!