Dude Never Would Be Missed

While researching one of our printer-dyer record books for the Cooper-Hewitt exhibition Multiple Choice: From Sample to Product, I discovered a curious fabric swatch on page 105.
record book, textile printing, swatches, fabric, American, opera, 19th century

Stitches in Time: An Exhibition of Embroideries and Needlework Techniques

embroidery, needlework, handicrafts, samplers, textiles, fabric

Stitch Guide: A Study of the Stitches on the Embroidered Samplers in the Collection of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum

Publication design: Abigail Sturges
embroidery, samplers, fabric, thread, needlework, permanent collection, ch:exhibition=35349951

Embroidered Samplers in the Collection of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum

Publication design: Abigail Sturges
embroidery, samplers, patterns, fabric, thread, needlework, handicrafts, permanent collection, ch:exhibition=35349951

Printed Textiles 1760-1860 in the Collection of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum

Publication design: Mentkya/Schlott
textiles, textile design, textile printing, fabric, 18th century, 19th century, permanent collection, ch:exhibition=35349321

Embroidered Samplers

These embroidered samplers, chosen from the Museum's collection of more than one thousand samplers, represent work from the seventeenth through the nineteen century that was made in the United States, Mexico, Western Europe, and China. These works, often handcrafted by young girls, are arranged geographically.
embroidery, samplers, handicrafts, needlework, fabric, thread, patterns, exhibitions, permanent collection, ch:exhibition=35349951

Techniques: Cutting and Tearing

On view are examples of paper, fabric, ceramics, and metalwork that have been cut, ripped, or otherwise perforated. Cut-paper silhouettes, a pierced silver basket, a fabric with holes "burnt out" by an acid process, all illustrate this "subtractive" process.  This installation highlights objects from the Museum's permanent collection, and is part of the ongoing exhibition, The Cooper-Hewitt Collections: A Design Resource.
paper, fabric, ceramics, metalwork, permanent collection, exhibitions

Jacquard Weave X-Change

After putting the textile into proper archival storage, I promptly forgot about it as I went about doing the rest of my work. That is, until I had the fortune to bump into a woman named Bethanne Knudson at a Brooklyn dinner party a few weeks ago. 
Jacquard, weave, textile, cloth, Open, panels, Pauline Verbeek-Cowart, studio, Studio Structure, Oriole Mill, Felt Lace X-Change, Jacquard Center, Bethanne Knudson, conductive, weaving, mill, training, fabric, niche, high end