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Sample 86.4.99
Sample - weft stripe contains lozenge shapes going in warp direction in two shades of green wool on natural cotton warp. Weave: Twill, point Warp: Cotton, natural Weft: wool, 2 shades of green....View Full Record
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Sample 2010.01.24
Handwoven sample - Brown; Linen; Labelled "Diagram 41, Bronson Spot and Lace Combined";...View Full Record
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sample, woven 00.20.38
Sample - Window blind or placemat. Warp uses green rye straw, jute, and metallic copper colored fibers in a variety of stripes. Weft uses cotton yarn in olive, cream, blue in wide stripes that let warp show. Alice Mattil made several samples (see "related objects") of placemats and window blinds. A note with the objects reads, "I did many placemats and window blinds for family and friends. I experimented for weavings using natural Kansas materials."...View Full Record
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Sample 86.1.472b
Woven sample in dusty pink and light turquoise; alternating blocks of Bronson Lace and plain weave in turquoise and pink cotton and rayon in a fine boucle. Blocks are separated by warp and weft plain weave of black and white novelty yarn. 2 selvedges; one machine-stitched end and one open end...View Full Record
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Scarf 93.5.336
Scarf in brown, beige, and dark blue log cabin; wool (could be Maypole). Log cabin squares are separated by 2 mm or 2 threads of navy blue, with that pattern varied at either end. Fine hemstiching at each end....View Full Record
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Fragment, woven 93.5.33
Blanket fragment - Natural and Natural brown heather; twill weave 3/1; warp is wool, natural color, appears to be handspun and handplied; weft is wool, brown heather singles. Selvedge is wide 3/4" double warp thread with twill line in the opposite direction....View Full Record
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sample, woven 00.20.37
Sample - Window blind or placemat. Warp alternates between green wheat straw and olive yarn. Wide and narrow bands of color (weft stripes) are spaced out so warp shows. Weft stripes are olive, cream, and blue. Alice Mattil made several samples (see "related objects") of placemats and window blinds. A note with the objects reads, "I did many placemats and window blinds for family and friends. I experimented for weavings using natural Kansas materials."...View Full Record
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sample, woven 00.20.33
Window blind sample - Narrow and wide sticks as warp. Weft stripes of browns, creams, orange, yellow, gold and black yarns. Alice Mattil made several samples (see "related objects") of placemats and window blinds. A note with the objects reads, "I did many placemats and window blinds for family and friends. I experimented for weavings using natural Kansas materials."...View Full Record
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Sampler 2010.01.37
Sampler - shades of blue and green; Spot Bronson; 10-harness; Woven for Master Rating, Weavers' Guild of Boston....View Full Record
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sample, woven 00.20.34
Window blind sample - Round bamboo sticks as warp. Weft stripes in browns, creams, yellow, orange, metallic gold. Alice Mattil made several samples (see "related objects") of placemats and window blinds. A note with the objects reads, "I did many placemats and window blinds for family and friends. I experimented for weavings using natural Kansas materials."...View Full Record
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