On the right as you enter is the bedroom, where the eldest
couple slept. It was not used exclusively as a bedroom
as nowadays but was also the room where children were
born, where the sick were confined....
The quilts and clothing hanging on the hanger or on the
walls were made at home on the loom, woven with needles
or crochet (the hooks were made from a branch of heather)
or with Grandma Mary’s sewing machine. The materials
of the garments are: wool, linen, cotton, strips of rags
The mattress on the bed is of straw and in the bedroom
we also have cots for children, since they often slept
with their grandparents in the same room, together with
luggage, cases, the sewing machine and so on.