"Handarbeitskränzchen in Tabase'' (''A handicraft meeting in Tabase"). Seventeen girls and one woman are sitting and kneeling outside, in front of a house. The woman (maybe a European) is sitting on a chair, surrounded by girls, wearing a light-coloured blouse, a dark skirt and pinned-up hair. She is holding needles in her hands, maybe she is knitting. Some girls are holding needles and different material pieces in their hands (maybe they are knitting, sewing or stitching). One girl, wearing a dark dress, is standing with entangled arms close to the woman, watching to the woman's activity. The girl who is sitting rightmost, wearing a polka-dotted blouse and a dark skirt, is kneeling. Next to her a little basket, maybe she is doing wickerwork. The girls are wearing different clothes. Some are wearing light-coloured or dark dresses, others are wearing skirts and blouses.