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"Bobbin lace from Czechoslovakia, late 19th or 20th century. Eastern European lace is characterized by the use of colored yarns."  The University of Rhode Island Historic Textile and Clothing Collection houses the collection of Mabel Foster Bainbridge, a recognized authority on needlework. In the early twentieth century she collected laces and embroideries, together with books on the subject, from all over the world. Items in the collection date from the 17th through the 20th centuries.

"Bobbin lace from Czechoslovakia, late 19th or 20th century. Eastern European lace is characterized by the use of colored yarns." The University of Rhode Island Historic Textile and Clothing Collection houses the collection of Mabel Foster Bainbridge, a recognized authority on needlework. In the early twentieth century she collected laces and embroideries, together with books on the subject, from all over the world. Items in the collection date from the 17th through the 20th centuries.

Woman’s apron. Early 20th century Czechoslovakia: Moravia, Kyjov or Ratiskovice Plain weave; Embroidered; Bobbin lace; Resist dyed, plangi Cotton and vegetable dye (indigo) 24 1/8 x 42 1/4 in. (61.3 x 107 cm) overall Henry Art Gallery, collected by Blanche Payne, Acc. # 78.3-50

Woman’s apron. Early 20th century Czechoslovakia: Moravia, Kyjov or Ratiskovice Plain weave; Embroidered; Bobbin lace; Resist dyed, plangi Cotton and vegetable dye (indigo) 24 1/8 x 42 1/4 in. (61.3 x 107 cm) overall Henry Art Gallery, collected by Blanche Payne, Acc. # 78.3-50

Wood block for textile printing | Late 19th century – early 20th century.

Wood block for textile printing | Late 19th century – early 20th century.

in the Textile Museum in Lyon France ----- Back View : from "The Book of Silk" by Philippa Scott “An elegant 17th-century Persian coat with a diamond lozenge-shaped pattern impressed in the silver ground. Each lozenge is decorated with a marigold flower and bud, brocaded in coloured silk.” (Philippa Scott)

in the Textile Museum in Lyon France ----- Back View : from "The Book of Silk" by Philippa Scott “An elegant 17th-century Persian coat with a diamond lozenge-shaped pattern impressed in the silver ground. Each lozenge is decorated with a marigold flower and bud, brocaded in coloured silk.” (Philippa Scott)

Sprang frame or loom.  FolkCostume&Embroidery: Kykai, netted or sprang caps of Lithuania and crocheted descendants

Sprang frame or loom. FolkCostume&Embroidery: Kykai, netted or sprang caps of Lithuania and crocheted descendants

The Textile Blog: The Written Word and Textiles

The Textile Blog: The Written Word and Textiles

Hand dyed silk cord from Treenway, motif inspired by a Coptic bonnet.

Hand dyed silk cord from Treenway, motif inspired by a Coptic bonnet.

Stitching Sanity : Photo

Stitching Sanity : Photo

detail, The Australian Tapestry Workshop

detail, The Australian Tapestry Workshop

Paracas Fabrics and Nazca Needlework 3rd Century BC - 3rd Century AD | Junius Bird

Paracas Fabrics and Nazca Needlework 3rd Century BC - 3rd Century AD | Junius Bird

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