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Tapestry 86.4.9
Tapestry - natural, black and brown stripes with stylized bird-in-flight motif in natural, black and grey. Tapestry-woven plain weave. Warp is wool singles, natural. Weft is wool, white, perhaps natural "black sheep", shades of brown. Could have been used as corporate gift....View Full Record
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Sample 86.4.89
Fabric sample - brown wool twill with tree repeat motif in tan on black cotton warp. Weave: Twill, point; Chevrons. Warp: Cotton, black Weft: Wool, brown, mink...View Full Record
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Sample, woven 86.4.88
Fabric sample - black heather and white wool rectangular brick design on black cotton warp. Design reverses on back side. Weave: double faced twill weave. There are two wefts; each is woven in such a way as to create a weft faced fabric on each side using a common warp thread to connect the layers as a single cloth....View Full Record
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Sample 86.4.87
Fabric sample - two shades of green wool on natural cotton warp. Double-faced figured furnishing fabric with floral motifs. Jacquard weave....View Full Record
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Fragment, woven 93.5.40B
Coverlet fragment. Natural cream color tabby and warp, and red/pink pattern. Overshot weave. Small blooming leaf pattern with table. Warp is natural cotton, extremely fine 64 epi. Weft is same. pattern weft is cotton, red/pink. Hemmed on two sides. Documented with a slide/photo in HGA slide kit "coverlets" #69. Observation by Ruth Holroyd for the commentary of the slide kit "Graduating blocks form a blooming leaf pattern, but is used more as a connecting block with a large table."...View Full Record
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runner, table 86.4.13
Runner - natural linen, with triangle figure repeat in halvgobelang and loom-controlled embroidery weave in shades of yellow and tan. Hemmed on ends. Warp is linen. Weft (tabby) is same. Weft (pattern) is mixed shades of fine linen grouped as one....View Full Record
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Sample 86.4.93
Fabric sample - figured and plain weft stripes in coral, brick, taupe, camel, natural and two shades of green. Wool. Floral "vine" repeat in overshot area. One inch hem at both warp ends. Weave: Overshot Warp: cotton, natural Weft: cotton, natural; wool, (colors listed above)...View Full Record
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Runner 86.4.135
Runner - natural, yellow and grey cotton plain weave plaid with lace squares; tied fringe at one warp end. Weave: Plain weave and huck lace Warp and weft are the same. Cotton. ...View Full Record
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Fragment, woven 93.5.3A
Coverlet fragment - Natural cotton with indigo blue wool pattern; Overshot weave, star and wheel with double table, chariot wheel, orchard windows; natural cotton warp, 20 EPI; natural cotton weft; indigo wool pattern weft; draft and note included....View Full Record
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Belt 86.4.132
Belt - black wool, pink and natural cotton with steel buckle made of two key rings (split rings), fringed at both warp ends. Inkle weaving. Warp is cotton, pink and natural. Weft is wool, black....View Full Record
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