The Haus der Seidenkultur in Krefeld is part of the industrial heritage. It now houses a museum, which continues the tradition of weaving. From 1908 to 1992, Italian and Chinese silk yarns were woven for the Catholic church textiles. This production of priestly garments in particular falls under the term "paraments" derived from Latin, meaning "made for the Lord's table. The centerpiece of the museum is the only one in Europe still in operation in its original location, the "Jacquard hand weaving room," where the old textile craft is shown live at eight wooden weaving chairs from the 19th century. Got interested?
For possible visits, visit https://seidenkultur.de/nl/.