Felt making does not require any equipment other than the presence of animals. In essence, it is simply a matter of watering the cut and combed wool and kneading or pressing it until it is a homogeneous material. The master craftsman makes traditional and conquest-period felts, including those made to individual requirements. The workshop produces mainly purses, hats, cloaks, footwear, waistcoats and wall protectors. His motifs range from the Scythian past to the mature Gothic of Hungary.