The liznik of wukra are used as a carpet, bedspread or tapestry. They are hand woven with sheep's wool originally from the Karpaty Mountains in Western Ukraine.

The Liznik WUKRA is hand-woven with unstained sheep wool wicks on traditional looms in the middle of the mountains of Western Ukraine. Not only are they beautiful, they also improve the microclimate in urban apartments and even maintain the temperature of the room, due to the hygroscopicity of the wool itself. It is fluffy, with two very different faces, a hairstyle where the shine of the hair highlights and the other where the drawing is more defined. A family takes about 3 days for each Liznik, some comb, others form wicks, then dye, knit, wash in the river and finally comb one face