135 pp. In Lithuanian with summary in English. 105 Black & white pictures, also color pictures. This collection of drobules is hold in Lithuanian museum of arts.
'Drobules-white, linen, right-angled shawls for the most part used by married women in a warm season. In various ethnographic areas they are different in their patterns, decorations. These fabrics from the most beautiful, whitest linen thread were woven by the women themselves in a large variety of patterns. Sometimes they would ask professional weavers-atkociai to weave them. Red tread stripes called zickai used to be woven into the ends of drobule, and they would also decorated with sewn on linen bobbin lace or fringes.'