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Woolen home-made fabric

The fabrics produced in the local settlements of Syrrako were of many kinds, but the longhaired, thick haired and two layered wool, the κάλτσινο (kaltsino) and the δίμητο (dimito) were the most popular. But that which gave the greatest impetus to the textile industry and opened the markets beyond Greece was the wool fabric that made the cloaks, also known as σκούτινο (skoutino). This fabric was of great interest to foreign sailors. When the tailors who worked on the coasts came to realize the great demand for the skoutino fabric and the cloak, they headed to the ports of Italy … The movement of goods was made possible thanks to two ports. These were the port of Sagiada and that of Salaora. The port of Salaora was in an unhabited coastal area near the Amvrakikos Bay, south of Arta. It was the closer port to Syrrako. But they’d soon find out that the port of Sagiada was opposite Corfu and would serve them better because it was closer to an inhabited settlement where they could find accommodation and store their goods.