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[Arts & Crafts in the Koinonia Annex in Holden]

Description: Photograph of an unknown woman wearing glasses weaving on a hand loom. In the background, partially completed or completed arts & crafts projects can be seen hung next to a storage rack of spooled fiber material. A brown-and-black rug is hung on the back wall of the koinonia annex.
Date: unknown
Creator: Streng, Evelyn Fiedler
Partner: Texas Lutheran University

[Weaving Cloth]

Description: Photograph of a woman brushing a recently woven cloth. In the image, the unidentified woman sits along a back wall brushing a large patterned cloth with a weaving instrument in front of her. The Tennessee hill country can be seen through the open window beside her.
Date: unknown
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Cleaning brushes]

Description: Photograph of a woman cleaning weaving brushes. In the image, the unidentified woman is seated using the brushes to clean out any caught threads from the brush's bristles. Behind her is a collection of weaving instruments and fabrics.
Date: unknown
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Doris Edmund Weaving on a Loom]

Description: Photograph of a woman in a white polo shirt identified as Doris Edmund. A rack of multi-colored yarns are hung on the back wall above additional looms. A sign-up sheet has been posted on the door along with examples of woven work and articles featuring the "loom room".
Date: unknown
Creator: Streng, Evelyn Fiedler
Partner: Texas Lutheran University

[Wade Clark selling baskets]

Description: Photograph of Wade Clark talking to Bernice Clark next to rows of hanging baskets. In the image, Clark, wearing overalls and a hat, is holding up a hand made basket for Bernice, wearing a camera around her neck. Next to them is long rows of baskets hooked along strings so they can be seen easily from the road.
Date: unknown
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Weaving Instruction by an Austin Weaver's Co-op Member]

Description: Color photograph of a young woman seated at a wooden loom at the 7th annual Texas Folklife Festival. She is receiving instruction on how to weave using a loom, courtesy of the woman standing by her side, who is a member of the Austin Weavers Co-op. White string is held taut in the loom as she weaves additional strands into it.
Date: [1978-08-03..1978-08-06]
Creator: Informedia
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Woven Sample Pieces]

Description: Photograph of seven sample pieces of weaving. Some of the sample pieces have two colors, and some have only one color. Each sample piece displays a different color pattern or a different weaving style.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Cleaning a brush]

Description: Photograph of a woman cleaning weaving brushes. In the image, the unidentified woman is seated using the brushes to clean out any caught threads from the brush's bristles. Behind her is a collection of weaving instruments and fabrics.
Date: unknown
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Warp-Beam for Looms.

Description: Patent for a warp beam for a loom, which allows the thread to be attached directly from the spool to the warp beam without the need for a reel in between.
Date: October 6, 1908
Creator: Harbour, Rebecca
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Mode of and Means for Baling Fibrous Materials.

Description: Patent for a mode of and means for baling fibrous materials, especially materials that can be made into a lap or web. The invention doesn't have the issues that other balers have and uses a core, supported by the base, to wind the material around. The bale it forms is square so it can be easily shipped and the risk of fire is decreased. Caps for the bale are secured before the bale leaves the compress.
Date: November 5, 1895
Creator: Bruner, Thomas H.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Spinning Wheel Demonstration by the Austin Weavers Co-op]

Description: Color photograph of a woman seated before a wooden spinning wheel in a demonstration on to use it to a younger woman. A man to the left is also seated at a spinning wheel. The two seated people are members of the Austin Weavers Co-op, a group with a booth at the 7th annual Texas Folklife Festival. In the background, festival-goers are watching the demonstration or are perusing the tables nearby.
Date: [1978-08-03..1978-08-06]
Creator: Informedia
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

Tatting-Shuttle.

Description: Patent for an improvement in shuttles for making tatting which both winds the thread and uses spring tension to prevent it from unwinding, including illustrations and instructions.
Date: June 17, 1919
Creator: Houseman, George Alfred
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Brushing a weaved blanket]

Description: Photograph of a woman brushing a weaved blanket pattern. In the image, the woman sits next to an open window with a weaving board in front of her. She is holding a brush in each hand to pass through the cloth to grab any loose threads.
Date: unknown
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Pat Shelton Weaving on a Loom]

Description: Photograph of Pat Shelton weaving on a loom at the Texas Folklife Festival in San Antonio, Texas. Pat holds her hair back in barrettes, wearing a white shirt with a long plaid skirt. She rests part of the loom in her lap as she works.
Date: [1980-07-31..1980-08-03]
Creator: Informedia
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Postcard of North Carolinian Weavers]

Description: Postcard of a photograph of a young woman wearing a long-sleeve dress, and sitting on the bench of a weaving loom faced towards the exterior wood wall of a small building. To the right, an older woman in a dark dress and long apron looks on from next to a large spinning wheel. Printed text at the bottom of the postcard identifies the women as weavers. The other side of the postcard is blank except for postcard markings.
Date: 19uu
Creator: Rogers, H. Taylor
Partner: Howard Payne University Library
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