England    Panel, Late 17th century    Linen and cotton, twill weave; embroidered with wool in long, short, running, satin, and stem stitches; block shading; French knots  214 x 96.4 cm (84 1/4 x 38 in.)

England Panel, Late 17th century Linen and cotton, twill weave; embroidered with wool in long, short, running, satin, and stem stitches; block shading; French knots 214 x 96.4 cm (84 1/4 x 38 in.)

Crewel Bedcover - 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

Crewel Bedcover - 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

Bed curtain | V&A Search the CollectionsPlace of origin: England, Britain (embroidered)  Date: 1690-1710 (made)  Artist/Maker: Unknown (production)  Materials and Techniques: Linen and cotton twill, embroidered with wool

Bed curtain

Bed curtain | V&A Search the CollectionsPlace of origin: England, Britain (embroidered) Date: 1690-1710 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Linen and cotton twill, embroidered with wool

BED RUG /Artist unidentified, Connecticut River Valley, United States, 1790–1810, wool on woven wool,100 × 96", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of Virginia Esmerian: 1995.32.2. Photo credit: John Parnell

BED RUG /Artist unidentified, Connecticut River Valley, United States, 1790–1810, wool on woven wool,100 × 96", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of Virginia Esmerian: 1995.32.2. Photo credit: John Parnell

The Finnish Ryijy/ Long-Piled Rug: Maine Antique Digest, May 2007

The Finnish Ryijy/ Long-Piled Rug: Maine Antique Digest, May 2007

Sewn not hooked - The Magazine Antiques, Bed rug by Mary Foote (1752-1837), Colchester, Connecticut, 1778. Yarn-sewn wool on wool, 83 ½ by 77 ½ inches. This is one of four spectacular bed rugs made to commemorate the weddings on November 5, 1778, of three siblings of the Foote and Otis families, prosperous farmers and landowners in the Connecticut River valley.

Sewn not hooked - The Magazine Antiques, Bed rug by Mary Foote (1752-1837), Colchester, Connecticut, 1778. Yarn-sewn wool on wool, 83 ½ by 77 ½ inches. This is one of four spectacular bed rugs made to commemorate the weddings on November 5, 1778, of three siblings of the Foote and Otis families, prosperous farmers and landowners in the Connecticut River valley.

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