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Bed rugs (referred to as "ruggs" during the late eighteenth century) are completely home-manufactured products. The wool yarn pile is needleworked (not hooked, as was once assumed) in running stitch on a base of handloomed wool or linen Wool Applique, Applique Quilts, Wool Quilts, Wool Rugs, Bed Rug, Whole Cloth Quilts, Rug Hooking Patterns, American Quilt, Hand Hooked Rugs

N. L. | Bed rug | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Maker: N. L.. Date: 1796. Geography: Made in Colchester, Connecticut, United States. Culture: American. Medium: Wool embroidered with wool. Dimensions: 93 1...

Bed Rug - Attributed to Deborah Leland Fairbanks and unidentified family member Littleton, New Hampshire -- 1803 Wool 101 x 96 in. American Folk Art Museum, gift of Cyril Irwin Nelson in honor of Joel and Kate Kopp. A category of its own -- incredible Antique Beds, Antique Quilts, Bed Rug, Hand Hooked Rugs, Pink Carnations, Textiles, Penny Rugs, Wool Applique, Flower Applique

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Bed Rug - Attributed to Deborah Leland Fairbanks (1739–1791) and unidentified family member Littleton, New Hampshire 1803 Wool 101 x 96 in. American Folk Art Museum, gift of Cyril Irwin Nelson in honor of Joel and Kate Kopp, 2004.14.3

Wool Bed Rug "Joseph and Olive Abbott," Connecticut River Valley, dated March 1775 Wool Quilts, Applique Quilts, Wool Rug, Bed Rug, Whole Cloth Quilts, Antique Beds, Rug Inspiration, Hand Hooked Rugs, Braided Rugs

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Crewel Embroidery Tutorial Crewel Bedcover Artist unidentified New Wngland or New York State Wool with wool embroidery 100 x Collection American Folk Art Museum, New York Gift of Virginia Esmerian, Photographer unidentified - Learn Embroidery, Crewel Embroidery, Embroidery Patterns, Modern Embroidery, Vintage Embroidery, Floral Embroidery, Antique Quilts, Vintage Quilts, Nyc Art Museums

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Artist unidentified New England or New York 1815–1825 Wool with wool embroidery 100 x 84 in. American Folk Art Museum, gift of Ralph Esmerian, 1995.32.1

This bed rug is needleworked in looped running stitch, which has been cut to form a pile surface on the light brown/ochre woven wool base. The base is made of three panels of fabric, sewn together at their selvedges Victorian Bed, Victorian Furniture, Wool Yarn, Wool Rug, Jacobean Embroidery, Bed Rug, Antique Beds, Textile Prints, Textiles

M. B. | Bed Rug | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

American bed rugs (referred to as "ruggs" during the late eighteenth century) are, for the most part, completely home-manufactured products. The wool-yarn pile is needleworked (not hooked, as was once assumed) in running stitch on a base of hand-loomed wool or linen

This article discusses the history of rug hooking in America and includes interviews with some of the leading rug hookers in the country today. Primitive Bedroom, Primitive Furniture, Primitive Country, Bed Rug, Rug Hooking Patterns, Hand Hooked Rugs, Early American, Folk Art, Needlework

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Bed Rug - Packard family member Jericho, Vermont 1806 Wool 94 x 90 in. American Folk Art Museum, gift of Cyril Irwin Nelson in honor of Cary Forney Baker Jr. Penny Rugs, Bed Rug, Whole Cloth Quilts, Antique Beds, Wool Quilts, Art Watch, Hand Hooked Rugs, Wool Applique, Rug Hooking

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Packard Bed Rug Unidentified member of the Packard family Photo courtesy America Hurrah Archives

This bed rug is needleworked in looped running stitch, which has been cut to form a pile surface on the light brown/ochre woven wool base. The base is made of three panels of fabric, sewn together at their selvedges Victorian Bed, Victorian Furniture, Wool Yarn, Wool Rug, Jacobean Embroidery, Bed Rug, Antique Beds, Textile Prints, Textiles

M. B. | Bed Rug | American | The Met

American bed rugs (referred to as "ruggs" during the late eighteenth century) are, for the most part, completely home-manufactured products. The wool-yarn pile is needleworked (not hooked, as was once assumed) in running stitch on a base of hand-loomed wool or linen

Wool Bed Rug "Joseph and Olive Abbott," Connecticut River Valley, dated March 1775 Wool Quilts, Applique Quilts, Wool Rug, Bed Rug, Whole Cloth Quilts, Antique Beds, Rug Inspiration, Hand Hooked Rugs, Braided Rugs

Wool Bed Rug "Joseph and Olive Abbott," 2744M, 306 | Skinner Auctioneers

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