2 edition of Indiana coverlets and coverlet weavers found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Kate Milner Rabb|
|Series||Indiana Historical Society publications -- v. 8, no. 8|
|LC Classifications||F521 .I41 vol. 8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., p. 395-433.|
|Number of Pages||433|
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As the weavers moved West, they transported their heritage with them: the British to Indiana, for example, and the German, English and Scots to Ohio. Jacquard coverlets . of the coverlet. The early weavers wove their coverlets in two strips. The two halves were sewn together with overcast stitching to form a coverlet wide enough and long enough to cover the bed. The early weavers woven one half of the coverlet with the border at the bottom of the firstFile Size: KB.
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8, No. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Pages: Eliza Calvert Hall in her Book of Hand-woven Coverlets mentions the names of three Indiana professional weavers of coverlets, John LaTourette (or rather, she gives the name of his daughter, Sarah, who worked with him), Ann Hay, and John Getty.
Professional weavers (mostly men) would set up a shop or travel around and make coverlets. Often the person buying the coverlet would provide the weaver with wool they had spun and dyed themselves. This coverlet was made by the Craig family in Decatur County, Indiana in.
It is likely here where the coverlet was acquired. The style and structure are more common in Ohio than Indiana, where coverlet weavers tended to weave double cloth coverlets and favor two colors rather than the horizontal banding found in many Pennsylvania and Ohio coverlets.
One of these unique women was Sarah LaTourette. To date, LaTourette is the only woman documented to have woven coverlets on a loom with Jacquard machinery.
Sarah LaTourette () was born in Germantown, Ohio, the daughter of weaver John LaTourette (). The family moved to Fountain County, Indiana, in Indiana Coverlets and Coverlet Weavers book | Etsy book by Kate Milner Rabb. Volume 8, number 8. Pages show numbers The Coverlet Book is a two-volume hardcover boxed set.
The Coverlet Book is over 1, pages long and contains over 1, photographs, over 2, drawdowns and over diagrams. Helene Bress is also the author of: Inkle Weaving, The Macramé Book and The Weaving Book. About this site. Indiana coverlet weavers and their coverlets by Pauline Montgomery - Alibris Buy Indiana coverlet weavers and their coverlets by Pauline Montgomery online at Alibris.
We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $Price Range: $ - $ Gay McGeary’s handwoven coverlets are inspired by the works of early Pennsylvania Germans. By studying early coverlets and pattern manuscripts from the nineteenth century, she has learned about the design elements used by the early master weavers to create this early art form.
The book on the McCarl collection presents close to 60 coverlets in full-page photographs showing their front sides, with close-up photographs of their corner blocks and a page of text for each coverlet, explaining the design motifs and summarizing what is known about the weaver.
Almost half of the McCarl book is devoted to a biographical /5(19). Mary Atwater's coverlet sampler Description Hand-woven coverlet-weave sampler, Brown and white, cotton and wool, coverlet patterns in harness twill, harness damask and harness double were all woven on the same threading by changing.
Coverlets woven in vibrant colors of red, blue, white, and green are as popular today as they were in the nineteenth century. American Coverlets and Their Weavers: Coverlets from the Collection of Foster and Muriel McCarl, Including a Dictionary of More Than Coverlet Weavers is an illustrated guide to one of the premier collections of coverlets in the nation.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rabb, Kate Milner, Indiana coverlets and coverlet weavers. Indianapolis, Printed for the Society, COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Indiana coverlets and coverlet weavers. Request This. Author Rabb, Kate Milner, Title Indiana coverlets and coverlet weavers, by Kate Milner Rabb. Format Book Published Indianapolis, Printed for the Society, Description 1 p. l., p. plates. 24 cm. Series Indiana. "Coverlets woven in vibrant colors of red, blue, white, and green are as popular today as they were in the nineteenth century.
American Coverlets and Their Weavers: Coverlets from the Collection of Foster and Muriel McCarl, Including a Dictionary of More Than Coverlet Weavers is an illustrated guide to one of the premier collections of coverlets in the nation.Coverlets woven in vibrant colors of red, blue, white, and green are as popular today as they were in the nineteenth century.
American Coverlets and Their Weavers is a lavishly illustrated guide to one of the premier collections of coverlets in the nation. As such, it is also an essential reference for collectors, historians, specialists in material culture, and others who are interested in.The Craigs were prodigious weavers and entrepreneurs and the number of extant coverlets attest to this fact.
Also of interest is a published interview with William Sr.'s granddaughter, Rena Craig Gilchrist found in Indiana Coverlets and Coverlet Weavers () by Kate Milner Rabb.