Kittat is a low-key fur workshop that specialises in making traditional style costumes and kammiks. Anyone can peep inside at the small, functional flensing and sewing rooms. The skin-drying racks are outside. Along with the museum and a carver’s co-operative, this is where you’d end up on the tourist office’s rather pricey Dkr198 ‘handicraft tour’.

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