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  • Author:
    American Textile History Museum
  • ISBN:
    0937474142
  • ISBN13:
    978-0937474143
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    American Textile History Museum (1999)
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    39 pages
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And So to Sleep book. Published January 1st 1999 by American Textile History Museum.

And So to Sleep book. And So to Sleep: Jacquard Coverlets from the Hawthorne Collection. 0937474142 (ISBN13: 9780937474143).

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by American Textile History Museum. Are you sure you want to remove American Textile History Museum. American Textile History Museum, Art collections, Coverlets, Exhibitions, History, Jacquard weaving, Private collections. Lowell, Massachusetts, United States. Catherine B. Hawthorne, Davison B. Hawthorne. Created April 1, 2008.

Hawthorne, Catherine B. And So To Sleep: Jacquard Coverlets from the Hawthorne Collection The American Textile History Museum 1999. Heisey, John W. A Checklist of American Coverlet Weavers compiled for the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation 1978, Second Printing 1980. Montgomery, Pauline Indiana Coverlet Weavers and Their Coverlets Indianapolis 1974 Reinert, Guy F. Coverlets of the Pennsylvania Germans The Pennsylvania German Folklore Society Volume Thirteen 1948. Safford, Carleton L. and Bishop, Robert America’s Quilts and Coverlets New York 1974.

Blue and white, jacquard, double-woven coverlet woven in two 40 1/2 inch wide panels, and sewn together. Our collection database is a work in progress

Blue and white, jacquard, double-woven coverlet woven in two 40 1/2 inch wide panels, and sewn together. The lower corners bear the weaver's mark and the inscription "B. Vaneps,1838, Bethany, Genesee County, . The coverlet has an applied fringe finish on 3 edges. Currently not on view. Physical Description. jacquard (overall production method/technique). Our collection database is a work in progress. Learn more about our approach to sharing our collection online.

The American Textile History Museum (ATHM), located in Lowell, Massachusetts, was founded as the Merrimack Valley Textile Museum (MVTM) in North Andover, Massachusetts in 1960 by Caroline Stevens Rogers

The American Textile History Museum (ATHM), located in Lowell, Massachusetts, was founded as the Merrimack Valley Textile Museum (MVTM) in North Andover, Massachusetts in 1960 by Caroline Stevens Rogers. ATHM told America’s story through the art, science, and history of textiles. In June 2016, the museum closed.

Textile Sample Book Collection. Blankets, coverlets, sheets, towels, floor coverings, and other household textiles displayed the skill and creativity of American handweavers. The Museum also actively built its 20th-century textiles collection. Mill samples constituted one of the largest and most extraordinary parts of the Museum’s textile collection

Many "jacquard" coverlets are two-panel coverlets with a center seam Most descriptions of coverlets and weaving history are either vague or just wrong

Many "jacquard" coverlets are two-panel coverlets with a center seam. Page 247, figure 374 claims that the coverlet was woven by "David D. Harlmz". A good book for beginners is Carol Strickler's "American Woven Coverlets. Jude Fera, "Still collecting coverlets". Most descriptions of coverlets and weaving history are either vague or just wrong. It is not as bad as the Knopf guide to quilts and coverlets, though. 4 people found this helpful.

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Central Reservations Department American Museum of Natural History 200 Central Park West New York, NY. .

Central Reservations Department American Museum of Natural History 200 Central Park West New York, NY 10024-5102. What should we bring to the sleepover? Everyone must bring a sleeping bag (or equivalent sleeping gear) and a pillow. Inflatable mattresses are not permitted. Sleeping cots will be provided.