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fragment, woven 00.26.26
Blanket fragment - Natural and red with a seam to join two pieces together, though the stripes do not match up evenly; heavy weight; wool warp and weft; twill weave. Tagged, "Gift of Mrs. Lloyd Washburn, woven near Windsor, VT."...View Full Record
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Sample, woven 86.4.33
Fabric sample - fragment of a Guatemalan tapestry-woven wool rug with stylized figures in brown, blue, orange, crimson, green yellow and natural. Warp is strong linen or cotton. Weft is wool....View Full Record
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fragment, woven 95.15.6
Coverlet fragment. Dark blue and natural color. Overshot weave with wheels woven "star fashion". Warp is natural colored cotton. Weft is natural colored cotton. Pattern weft is pearl cotton, dark blue. Note from Terlouw to Ruth Holroyd, "Ruth, not antique. Note pattern weft=perle. Interesting example of overshot."...View Full Record
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Fragment, woven 95.15.5B
Blanket fragment - Grey and blue. Thick, double faced, blanket weight material, two layers woven differently, one side shows a stripe, the other as a color and weave effect with blue stripes forming a plaid. Twill weave, stitched double cloth. Warp is wool, grey, black, blue with a green rayon accent. Weft is the same, without the green. Ruth Holroyd notes, "Difference of opinion on terminology; double-faced twill vs. double cloth. There are really 2 layers stitched together by a common weft thread, each layer is a twill."...View Full Record
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Fragment, woven 95.15.5A
Blanket fragment - Grey and blue. Thick, double faced, blanket weight material, two layers woven differently, one side shows a stripe, the other as a color and weave effect with blue stripes forming a plaid. Twill weave, stitched double cloth. Warp is wool, grey, black, blue with a green rayon accent. Weft is the same, without the green. Ruth Holroyd notes, "Difference of opinion on terminology; double-faced twill vs. double cloth. There are really 2 layers stitched together by a common weft thread, each layer is a twill."...View Full Record
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Fragment, woven 01.8.40
Coverlet fragment - Dark blue and madder red; Summer and Winter, Double Weave; One selvedge....View Full Record
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scarf, bureau 93.7.3
Dresser scarf - Off white, damask weave. Silk and linen....View Full Record
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fragment, woven 01.8.38a-b
Coverlet fragment - Natural, blue and light madder red. Very fine structure, very old, mended. Warp is natural, handspun. Overshot weave....View Full Record
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fragment, woven 01.8.37
Coverlet fragment - Natural, blue and madder red. Symmetrical pattern. Warp: natural cotton. Weft: natural cotton, finer than warp. Pattern weft: wool....View Full Record
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Belt 86.4.109
Belt - white with blue stripes along the long edges, blue typical S. American symbols in center and long twisted fringe at both warp ends. Cotton. Inkle weaving, tapestry technique. Warp is cotton, natural and heavy dark blue, 2 singles, plied, then plied again. Selvedge of medium blue in several singles. Weft is cotton, natural, 5 ply....View Full Record
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