also cad·dice  (kăd′ĭs)
A coarse woolen fabric, yarn, or ribbon binding.

[Probably from Middle English cadace, cotton wool (from Anglo-Norman, from Old Provençal cadarz) and from French cadis, woolen cloth (from Old Provençal).]
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There will be master classes by the craftsmen, such as floor mat plaiting, plaiting of caddice for kerege, embroidery of quilted felt, embroidery, rope spinning, thread twisting, carpet weaving, silver threads, whip weaving, throwing wheel; besides, national way of life, traditions and customs of the Kazakhs will be shown.