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Worsted tape, England, ca. 1665-1699
Men's worsted flared trousers, Great Britain, 1970-1975.
woven, British, Alastair Morton for Edinburgh Weavers, 1958-63, "Stem", large central branching stem, black and grey on red ground, with 2 colourways attached
woven, British, Edinburgh Weavers, 1950s-60s, "Megget", brown with faint fine vertical cream stripe, 9 colourways attached
woven, British, Edinburgh Weavers, 1950s - 1963, "W368/6'", small chevrons in horizontal bands, in brown and shades of blue
Receipt and samples
Receipt for textiles received on the account of Thomas Gordon, with 6 woollen samples, Portugal, 1773
Jacket and skirt
Knitted worsted and woollen yarns jacket and skirt 'Dovetail' and 'Shades of Heather', designed by Maria Szanto, Great Britain, early 1940s
Animal trappings, leather worsted, embroidered
Two-piece suit consisting of a jacket and skirt of worsted wool, designed by Michael Donéllan, London, 1954
Jacket and skirt in worsted wool, designed by Hattie Carnegie, New York, 1950-1955
Jacket and skirt in fine worsted wool, designed by Hattie Carnegie, New York, 1950-1955
Women's worsted coat, designed by Cristóbal Balenciaga, Paris, ca. 1960
Pattern book with worsteds, tweeds and checks manufactured by Anderson's Rubber Company in Great Britain in 1927-1928
Weaver's pattern workbook of drafts and samples with a leather binding to the back, woven by Thomas Palmer, Great Britain, 1786
Woven carpet sample of worsted yarn, made by Wilton Royal Carpet Factory Ltd., Great Britain, ca. 1938
Embroidered worsted headdress with metal thread, cotton and wool, Romania, 19th century
Shawl of printed worsted wool, possibly made in Scotland, ca. 1860-1870
Textile of woollen plaid, retailed by James Locke, Great Britain, 1851
Textile of woollen plaid of Royal Stuart tartan, retailed by James Locke, Great Britain, 1851
Pair of panels
Pair of embroidered cotton panels, England, 1725-1749.
Tape woven with linen and worsted, possibly made in England, ca. 1770
Tape of linen and worsted, 'Maypole Dance', probably England, ca. 1770
Wool furnishing braid, England, 1800-1899
Piece of Brussels weave carpet, England, 1820s-1830s.
Double-cloth carpet fragment, Great Britain, 1800-1850
Double-cloth carpet fragment, Great Britain, 1840-1850
Wall hanging of embroidered wool with wools, designed and made by St. Edmundsbury Weavers, England, 1925-1930
Man's worsted suit, retailed by Herbie Frogg, Great Britain, 1969-1970
Braid of worsted, made by A. Sindall, England, 1950s
Dressing gown and belt
Man's dressing gown, mustard worsted, Saks Fifth Avenue, United States, 1930s-1940s.
Silk waistcoat embroidered with metal threads, sequins, worsted wool, England, ca. 1780
Waistcoat of printed velvet and worsted wool, Great Britain, ca. 1780
Ski suit consisting of jacket, trousers, cap of worsted and a belt with buckle, retailed by Lillywhites, Great Britain, 1920s
Textile for a chair seat in woollen damask, Norwich, 18th century
Day dress, brown worsted net with woven silk spots, England, 1860-70.
Textile sample of wool and hair yarn, woven by Peter Collingwood, Great Britain, 1960
Textile sample woven with a warp of worsted and weft of Shetland wool, woven by Peter Collingwood, Great Britain, 1960
Textile sample woven in wool and worsted, woven by Peter Collingwood, Great Britain, 1960
Textile sample of worsted and mohair yarn, handspun yarn of merino and Oxford down fleece, woven by Peter Collingwood, Great Britain, 1960
Textile sample of worsted, Harris and carpet wool, woven by Peter Collingwood, Great Britain, 1960
Textile sample of slub, gimp, worsted, Lurex, woven by Marianne Straub, Great Britain, 1961
Sample of worsted and satin plush, possibly manufactured by R. & T. Baughan, England, 1850-1865
Sample of worsted plush, manufactured by R. & T. Baughan, Banbury, 1850-1865
Furnishing fabric of worsted wool and silk, England, ca. 1880
Sample of printed worsted plush, manufactured by R. & T. Baughan, Banbury, ca. 1851
Sixty-eight samples of fringe trimmings in wool-cotton with ruche edging, made by A.H. Lee & Sons, England, 1920s
Printed worsted woven with seaweed filament, made by Hilldrop Manufacturing Co., England, 1970s
Furnishing fabric 'Venus' of machine-woven worsted wool, designed by Marianne Straub for Tamesa Fabrics, Great Britain, 1966
Furnishing fabric 'Coppelia' of worsted, designed by Marianne Straub for Tamesa Fabrics Ltd., Great Britain, 1968
Furnishing fabric 'Coppelia' of woven worsted, designed by Marianne Straub for Tamesa Fabrics Ltd., Great Britain, 1968
Furnishing fabric 'Waterford' of woven worsted wool, mohair and metallic yarn, designed by Jack Lenor Larsen for Jack Lenor Larsen Incorporated, woven in Ireland, 1969
woven, 20th century, British; St. Edmundsbury Weavers. "Papillon"
Furnishing fabric 'California' of machine-woven worsted, designed by Brita Drewsen for Den Blaa Fabrik AS, Copenhagen, 1956
Furnishing fabric 'Brutna Stavar' of machine-woven cotton-worsted, and wool and rayon, designed by Alice Lund for Boras Jacquardvafven, Sweden, 1955
Furnishing fabric of Jacquard-woven worsted wool, designed by Sven Johannson for Boras Jacquardvafven, Sweden, 1955
Furnishing fabric of silk and worsted damask, England, ca. 1779
Furnishing fabric of damasked worsted, England, ca. 1840-1850
Furnishing fabric of worsted, England, 1820s.
Furnishing fabric of glazed worsted wool, England, 1795
Furnishing fabric of brocaded worsted, Norwich, 1750-1775
Furnishing fabric of worsted, Norwich, 18th century
Furnishing fabric of worsted, England, 18th century
Fragment of woven worsted, probably made in England, ca. 1730-1770
part, worsted, 1630-99, English ?; Stagered repeat, large flower, pink blue
Fragment of woven linen and worsted, possibly made in England, France or Belgium, 17th century
part, worsted damask, 1600s, French; Grapes pomegranates, pink dark blue
part, wool linen, 1600-50, French ?; Fl;oral sprig, white linen on purple worsted, faded
Sample of carpet woven with worsted and linen, manufactured by John Crossley & Sons Ltd, Halifax, England, 1850s
Piece of Brussels weave carpet border, England, 1820s-1830s.
Furnishing fabric of printed worsted twill, France, ca. 1860
printed worsted, 1800-50, German?; Stripes, green, immitation chine, brown/red/orange
Furnishing fabric 'Leaves' of cotton and worsted, designed by Alec Hunter for St. Edmundsbury Weavers, Haslemere, ca. 1930
Furnishing fabric 'Deerleap' of cotton and worsted, designed by Alec Hunter for Edinburgh Weavers, Carlisle, 1930
Furnishing fabric of worsted, England, 18th century.
Ski suit ensemble
Ski outfit; red wool cap, jacket, trousers and mittens, and white knitted wool jumper; Great Britain, Burberry, ca.1929
Petticoat, ribbed white fustian with band of worsted embroidery around hem
Table mat, Jacquard-woven wool worsted square depicting stag