In spite of developing technology, Kendir (hemp) masters in Gaziantep have been producing yarns with traditional methods in handmade workbenches in caves for centuries. Hemp masters who produce 2 tons of yarn per day in the cave are trying to keep their occupation. The hemp cord, which is produced in damp caves, is used in decoration and footwear sector due to its durable and light weight. Workers, including children, wrap the thin ropes between the looms with wood winding wheeland turn them into hemp. The children go between the two looms nonstop and cover 30 kilometers of road everyday. The Syrian refugee children are employed in the hemp caves due to the cheap labor force.