2 edition of Pennsylvania German coverlets found in the catalog.
Pennsylvania German coverlets
Guy F. Reinert
|Statement||by Guy F. Reinert ; photographs by the author.|
|Series||Home craft course -- v. 9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
Using the term star work to embrace the wonderful star, diamond, and flower motifs that were beloved of the nineteenth century, and are equally appealing today, weaver Judith Gordon assembles here a collection of 80 coverlets, most Pennsylvania German in Author: Judith Gordon. Mennonite and Amish Folklore and Folk Arts Ervin Beck Professor Emeritus of English Goshen College Goshen,Indiana August With thanks to Lon Sherer, Linda Kimpel, Linda Rouch and others for technical assistance. To suggest corrections or additions to this bibliography, e-mail: [email protected] Foreword Because so many elements of Amish and Mennonite culture are transmitted orally .
Harants, Patricia E. Patricia E. Harants Lifestyle Collection The Wickersham Signature Quilt From The State Museum of Pennsylvania. Southaven: Monument Press, Herr, Patricia T. The Ornamental Branches: Needlework and Arts from the Lititz Moravian Girls’ School, between and Virginia Beach: The Donning Company, A collection of textiles believed to have been produced in a German communalistic colony in Bethel, Missouri was investigated. A German weaver's pattern book Cuyahoga Falls, OH: Author. Google Scholar. Coverlets of the Pennsylvania Germans. The Cited by: 1.
COVERLETS AT THE GILCHRIST American Coverlets – First published in as the catalog for an exhibition presented in Cumberland, Maryland by Melinda & Laszlo Zongor, this book illustrates 61 coverlets, nearly all of which are now in the NMAC permanent collection. A boudoir sham is another word for a pillow sham. Pillow shams are used in interior decorating and are part of the bed ensemble scheme. Shams, coverlets and bed skirts are made in the same pattern.
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Celebrate the colourful quilts of traditional Pennsylvania-German communities, including the Amish, Mennonite, Lutheran5/5(1). That is not to say there were no coverlets made in other parts of the country, but the majority of surviving pieces made in the United States originated in these areas.
An example of a handwoven coverlet as it might have appeared on a fully dressed bed and bedstead in a midth c. Pennsylvania German home is seen in Figure 1.
Scarce annual with a lengthy lead article on Pennsylvania German coverlets, still the definitive word on the subject, appended to which is a translation into English of the rare "Practical Family-Dyer," published by Solomon Kuder of Trexlertown, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania in Pennsylvania German Ingenuity - Point Twill Related Coverlets Gay McGeary The Pennsylvania German weavers demonstrated their ingenuity with their production of coverlets which used many different patterns and weave structures.
Their coverlets were woven in a. Tied-Beiderwand was the structure preferred by most weavers. Horizontal color-banding, German folk motifs like the Distelfinken (thistle finch), and eight-point star and sunbursts are common.
Pennsylvania and Mid-Atlantic coverlets tend to favor the inscribed cornerblock complete with weaver’s name, location, date, and customer. Acknowledgement and thanks, is expressed to the Publications Editor of the Pennsylvania German Society for permission of._ using parts Pennsylvania German coverlets book the book on coverlets in preparing these columns.
Dog Paw/Foot – A Transition to Tied Beiderwand Gay McGeary For the fifth article in my series on point twill related coverlets, the dog paw coverlets will be discussed.
This pattern finds its origin in the German linen weaving books from the 18th century. Even more important, the dog paw block design shows the transition from the point.
Woven coverlets made in the magny-notaires.com-Civil War era were used as bed coverings. They were made of wool and cotton (or occasionally wool and linen) on floor looms by hand. Coverlets were woven of two or more colors, made to be reversible with a light and dark color pattern showing as a negative on the back magny-notaires.com earliest era of coverlet making, judging from surviving.
"Pennsylvania Fancy Weaves" concentrates on the Jacquard weave, named after the punch-card loom attachment with which they were produced. These coverlets are composed of elaborate figural designs. Pennsylvania German Calendar of Events (Starred (*) events listed through the courtesy of Russell Miller, Blandon, Pa., and Francis D.
Kline, Robesonia, Pa.) Antique Pennsylvania German Coverlets Exhibit Herr House Museum, Hans Herr Drive, Willow Street, Pa. Annual Pennsylvania German Society Christmas Book Sale. Don and Trish Herr have been antiques dealers doing business as The Herrs since We specialize in distinctive Pennsylvania German decorative arts such as painted furniture and smalls, Fraktur, baskets, folk art of the region, and 18th and 19th century American textiles and pewter for.
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(Earthrise Book 1. The large and bold star pattern was popular amongst the Pennsylvania-German quilters. pretty.
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You know the old saying: What goes around, comes around. This is certainly true in weaving, but I can always learn more from early weavers. For some time, I have belonged to the Early Weaving Books and Manuscripts study group through Complex magny-notaires.comh the years, members of this group have worked to find and preserve old weaving drafts and manuscripts.
Pennsylvania German art is a distinctive folk style transplanted by European immigrants who settled in southeastern Pennsylvania. Characterized by the bold use of color and motifs that emphasize birds, flowers, and elaborate decoration, Pennsylvania German art was nurtured on the isolated farms where those settlers made their homes.
For additional information about this book men. Similarly, examples of handwoven coverlets by Pennsylvania German men such as Peter Leisey (–59) of Lancaster County and Absalom Klinger (–) of Berks County were among the items on display at prestigious made by Pennsylvania German women or belonged to their magny-notaires.com by: 1.
A large new exhibit on the Pennsylvania Germans at the Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum in Allentown demonstrates how influential Pennsylvania Germans have been in politics, industry and business. The group researches both geometric and fancy coverlets.
While the focus of the group is the research of these early art forms, the study group members will also share information on projects they have woven which are based on early coverlets and counterpanes.
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