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How to make rope chains with a lucet

How to make rope chains with a lucet

Drawstring bag | England | early 17th century | Linen plain weave embroidered with silk, gold metallic threads, seed pearls Braided silk and metallic cords and tassels | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston | Accession #: 38.1344

Drawstring bag | England | early 17th century | Linen plain weave embroidered with silk, gold metallic threads, seed pearls Braided silk and metallic cords and tassels | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston | Accession #: 38.1344

Drawstring bag   English, late 16th–early 17th century  Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Drawstring bag English, late 16th–early 17th century Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Drawstring bag  English, Late 16th–early 17th century  England  DIMENSIONS  Overall (without tassels and cord): 14.6 x 15.2 cm (5 3/4 x 6 in.)  MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE  Silk satin embroidered with metallic thread, metal purl, Silk; Braided cords and tassels  CLASSIFICATION  Costumes  ACCESSION NUMBER  63.1368

Drawstring bag English, Late 16th–early 17th century England DIMENSIONS Overall (without tassels and cord): 14.6 x 15.2 cm (5 3/4 x 6 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Silk satin embroidered with metallic thread, metal purl, Silk; Braided cords and tassels CLASSIFICATION Costumes ACCESSION NUMBER 63.1368

Drawstring bag, English 1575-1650

Drawstring bag, English 1575-1650

Aumônière sarrasine! Le terme "sarrasine" réfère ici aux soies brodées de fil d'or, sûrement originaire des pays arabes. Elles auraient été introduites en Europe via le commerce avec les maures. Très usités au Moyen-Age, les sacs à cordons coulissés sont appréciés tant par les hommes que par les femmes.Les gens mettaient leur argent dans ces petits sacs.

Aumônière sarrasine! Le terme "sarrasine" réfère ici aux soies brodées de fil d'or, sûrement originaire des pays arabes. Elles auraient été introduites en Europe via le commerce avec les maures. Très usités au Moyen-Age, les sacs à cordons coulissés sont appréciés tant par les hommes que par les femmes.Les gens mettaient leur argent dans ces petits sacs.

Linen embroidered sweet bag, English, 1600–30  © CSG CIC This small bag is made of linen embroidered with multicoloured silk and silver threads with a pattern of a bird, butterfly, flowers and leaves on one side and a butterfly, flowers, fruit and leaves on the other side. The motifs worked silk threads in tent stitch against a background worked in silver threads in Gobelin stitch. The silver thread loops at the top for the drawstring would have originally held a drawstring that is now…

Linen embroidered sweet bag, English, 1600–30 © CSG CIC This small bag is made of linen embroidered with multicoloured silk and silver threads with a pattern of a bird, butterfly, flowers and leaves on one side and a butterfly, flowers, fruit and leaves on the other side. The motifs worked silk threads in tent stitch against a background worked in silver threads in Gobelin stitch. The silver thread loops at the top for the drawstring would have originally held a drawstring that is now…

Physical description    Purse with matching pincushion, embroidered with silver and silver-gilt thread and coloured silk, in tent and braid stitches. Drawstring of blue silk braid. A design of birds amongst floral sprays  Place of Origin    England, Great Britain (made)  Date    1600-1650 (made)

Physical description Purse with matching pincushion, embroidered with silver and silver-gilt thread and coloured silk, in tent and braid stitches. Drawstring of blue silk braid. A design of birds amongst floral sprays Place of Origin England, Great Britain (made) Date 1600-1650 (made)

With My Needle: August 2013

With My Needle: August 2013