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Brekelenkam, Quiringh Gerritsz. (1622-1669) Reading woman at he spinning wheel

Quiringh Gerritsz van Brekelenkam (Dutch artist, c 'Reading Woman at the Spinning Wheel' 1659

Karuse 1912, Eesti muuseumide veebivärav - Ketraja Ketraja (ERM Fk 184:48); Eesti Rahva Muuseum

Karuse 1912, Eesti muuseumide veebivärav - Ketraja Ketraja (ERM Fk 184:48); Eesti Rahva Muuseum

A Doris Ulmann photograph of Mary Willmott, a spinner, weaver and quilter in Berea, Kentucky. The photograph was probably taken in the early 1930's.     Mrs. Willmott is winding yarn onto the spindle shaft, but I cannot see the tip of the spindle.    Any ideas? How was she spinning her yarn if there is no tip to the shaft of the spindle?

A Doris Ulmann photograph of Mary Willmott, a spinner, weaver and quilter in Berea, Kentucky. The photograph was probably taken in the early

Postcard En Auvergne, Groupe de Fileuses, Spinnerinnen, Spinnrad, Trachten    postally used 1935

Postcard En Auvergne, Groupe de Fileuses, Spinnerinnen, Spinnrad, Trachten buy now for only - postally used excellent condition

Woman At Spinning Wheel, The source of this file is http://www.llgc.org.uk. National Library of Wales.

“You’re Doing It (Even More) Wrong!” or How The Great Wheel Survived – The Knitting Genealogist

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Overview of Swiss Costume

Hello all, I received a request for some information the traditional clothing of Switzerland, especially of the area around Luzer.

Textile Tools: Medieval Images of Spinning Wheels | 16th  century  France

Textile Tools: Medieval Images of Spinning Wheels

Spinning with a hand spindle, winding a spindle of thread onto a niddy noddy and spinning on a great wheel which is turned by a crank. MS Musee Dobree, Nantes c.

Finland c. 1930

It is a picture in the in Finland, but the woman on the right side (viewer's left) looks like me-ish!

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