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Belt 07.4.22
Belt, woven. multicolored weft stripes in bright colors - blues, greens, purples, reds, black, brown. Woven long with purple macrame and beaded fringe. Tagged "My sample belt - 2nd grade project" - education project for 2nd grade. Woven from heavy synthetic yarn in a weft faced plain twill....View Full Record
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Sample, woven 07.4.23
Woven sample. Black, blue and white and taupe. Kimono style. Tagged by Susan Green "made as a stole, then made into a jacket, never happy with it, binding bad." Warp is appears to be wool. Weft is likely cotton and wool novelty yarn....View Full Record
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Sample, woven 07.4.24
Woven sample. Coral and rose colored. sample was cut off of main piece of fabric, 1 edge is hemmed, 1 edge selvedge, 2 cut ends. Tagged by Susan Greene, "Used for a vest - not so hot c. 1980." Warp is possibly cotton or synthetic, single ply slub yarn. Weave is possibly dornick twill....View Full Record
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Fragment, woven 07.4.25
Irregular cut piece of fabric (leftover), brown and green, likely alpaca and looped mohair. All edges are cut and unfinished. Tagged by Susan Greene "made as a laprobe, turned into a jacket." Warp and weft are looped mohair, likely alpaca. 2 ply. Straight twill weave in plaid pattern....View Full Record
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Sampler 07.4.26
Sampler - twill weave in green, purple, navy, aqua and burgandy. Finished with a knotted fringe. Uneven selvedge. Tagged by Susan Greene, "Mrs. R's 6 week course 1964/Structo Loom" Mrs. R refers to Else Regensteiner, under whom Susan Green studied. Warp is 10/2, 5/2, and 3/2 pearl cotton, S twist. Weft is pearl cotton, twills, single and double strands. Weave structure is a sampler of various twills....View Full Record
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Sampler 07.4.27
Sampler - twill weaves in red, green, purple, navy, aqua and burgandy, with rows of leno weave. 1964 Structo Loom. One edge is knotted fringe, the other is straight stitched. Horizontal and vertical stripes with bands of plain, twill, leno and basket weave. Warp is 10/2, 5/2, and 3/2 pearl cotton, S twist. Weft is pearl cotton, slub yarns and synthetics - singles and two ply....View Full Record
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Scarf 07.4.28
scarf - predominantly burgandy, russet, green and "gold" yarns of varying textures. Striped pattern. Knotted fringe. Tagged by Susan Greene, "One of my best projects c. 1991." Warp is alpaca, silk, wool, loop mohair, synthetic, brushed mohair, 2 ply (wool) 'boucle', brushed mohair, chenille, kintted ribbon. Plain weave. weft appears to be kid mohair, brushed. ...View Full Record
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sampler 2005.1.16
Sampler - three shades of blue. Looped pile sample....View Full Record
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Fragment, woven 86.1.187
Long narrow, fragment of a white cotton damask tablecloth. Appears to be machine woven and has machine-sewn hem on one side. One selvedge. Two torn edges....View Full Record
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Cloth Fragment 86.1.215c-e
Beige and brown check with colored slubs in plain weave. Alternating stripes, in warp and weft, of narrow dark brown and wide light brown intersect to create overall checkered pattern. Warp threads are singles, S twist in: dark brown, medium brown, off white. Weft is same. Colored slubs are green, blue, orange, and yellow....View Full Record
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