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Tailor`s - Catany, Textile technique, part 4

Tailor`s - Catany, Textile technique, part 4

Fragment  Date:     17th–18th century Geography:     Turkey Culture:     Islamic Medium:     Linen, silk; plain weave, embroidered

Object Name: Fragment Date: century Geography: Turkey Medium: Linen, silk; plain weave, embroidered Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Textiles-Embroidered Credit Line: Anonymous Gift, 1879 Accession Number:

Lampas with phoenix, silk and gold, Iran or Iraq, 14th century.

Lampas with Phoenix ~ silk and gold ~ Iran or Iraq ~ century

Tailor`s - Catany, Textile technique, part 5

Tailor`s - Catany, Textile technique, part 5

Tailor's - Catany, Textile technique, part 1

Tailor's - Catany, Textile technique, part 1

Tailor`s - Catany, Textile technique, part 2

Tailor`s - Catany, Textile technique, part 2

Shimura Fukumi - Weaver, Writer, Designer, Dyer and Teacher (b. Omihachirin, Shiga Prefecture, Japan 1924 ). In 1990 she was designated a Living National Treasure of Japan for her Tsumugi (kimono) plant-dyed silk fabrics. °

Shimura Fukumi - Weaver, Writer, Designer, Dyer and Teacher In 1990 she was designated a Living National Treasure of Japan for her Tsumugi (kimono) plant-dyed silk fabrics.

Textile technique       Pictures show the woolen artifacts made by naalbilding technique - also called needle weaving. This old techniques (6500 BC) can be found in Scandinavia, Italy, Germany and also in Spain. Next pages show more textile tools.

woolen items made by naalbilding - also called single-needle knitting. The oldest known examples include hats and shawls from the Paracas and Nazca cultures in Peru, dated between 300 BCE and 300 CE, and the toe socks of c.

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