Anne Blinks Textile Study Collection


The Catalog



These are lists of the contents of each of the textile groupings of the Collection. For information on textile groupings, please visit the "About the Collection" page.
- Scandinavian techniques (Anne learned to weave in Stockholm, 1949)
- Samples of household cloth (upholstery, drapery, etc.) [A.D.]*
- Samples Anne wove for Irene Emery's book The Primary Structures of Fabrics
- Tablet weavings (some ancient replicas, some modern day) [M.D.,N.R.]
- Sprang (mostly Bronze-age Denmark inspired) [W.S.]
- ``Collapse'' (Peruvian inspired, incl. the famous ``Ace Bandage") [S.M-O.]
- Peruvian techniques (gauze, float weaves, ``huck'' etc.) [S.S.]
- Bands (Norwegian Roggeband, Mobius bands, Inkle) [B.B.]
- Peruvian Braids (Cross Rep and Sling braids) [B.B.]
- Flat braids (Assomption sash, Norwegian garters, etc.) [N.R.]
- Reciprocal-shed weaves (Hopi wedding sash, Amazonian wristlet) [W.S.,N.R.]
- Samples of Peruvian bands and braids, partially woven, likely from workshops
- Backstrap Loom setups
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    *[Initials of the documenter/keeper of the group of textiles in brackets.]



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