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Chair seat cover, c. 1770, Effingham NH, wool on linen, 24 x 18 inches, Met 2015.92

This chair seat cover is fully embroidered with multicolored crewel wools on a plainweave linen base fabric. The pattern is of serrated “flame stitch” lozenges in graduated shades (light to dark) of pinks, reds, yellows, blues, and purples

Textiles (Needlework) - Pocketbook

Textiles (Needlework) - Pocketbook - Search the Collection - Winterthur Museum

Purse, late 18th century, Cooper Hewitt Collection, acquired in 1960. A magnificent and charming piece with it's inconsistent motifs. Love it.

Purse, late century Medium: wool embroidery on linen foundation Technique: embroidered in brick.

Textiles (Needlework) - Pocketbook Wool/Linen/Silk

Textiles (Needlework) - Pocketbook - Search the Collection - Winterthur Museum

Flame-stitch Pocketbook | Sale Number 2922M, Lot Number 14 | Skinner Auctioneers

Flame-stitch Pocketbook, possibly Newbury, Massachusetts, c. the flap of one pocket embroidered "Ieremia Pearson ht.

A fine 18th Century N.E. flame stitch pocketbook made for Elizabeth Baldwin born in MA. Baldwin family were among the early settlers of  Saxon origin, descendants of Mitilda, married William the Conqueror.

flame stitch pocketbook made for Elizabeth Baldwin born in MA. Baldwin family were among the early settlers of Saxon origin, descendants of Mitilda, married William the Conqueror.

Pocketbook cover, 1750-1780, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 11 7/16 x 9 1/16 inches, accession number 62.508

Pocketbook cover, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 11 x 9 inches, accession number

Embroidered pocket, ca. 1775. Because most American women’s clothing in the 18th century lacked fixed pockets, detachable pockets such as these were tied around thewaist and worn either over a dress or under an overskirt. Decorated in a variety of patterns, including the combination of the flame and diamond-within-diamond designs seen here, they were used to carry a great variety of items, from keys and papers to sewing implements and tools.

Embroidered pocket, ca. Because most American women’s clothing in the

Textiles (Needlework) - Pocketbook

Textiles (Needlework) - Pocketbook - Search the Collection - Winterthur Museum

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Textiles (Needlework) - Pocketbook - Search the Collection - Winterthur Museum

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