Weaving Demonstration by Ida Gustafson in Plymouth Carding Mill (now Gunsolly Carding Mill), Greenfield Village, 1954

Summary

Craftspeople have presented weaving demonstrations at Greenfield Village since it opened to the public in 1933. Over the years, weavers have used several historic and refurbished looms located in the Plymouth Carding Mill (now Gunsolly Carding Mill) to create hand-crafted textiles. These presentations and resulting products help tell the story of textile production in America.

Craftspeople have presented weaving demonstrations at Greenfield Village since it opened to the public in 1933. Over the years, weavers have used several historic and refurbished looms located in the Plymouth Carding Mill (now Gunsolly Carding Mill) to create hand-crafted textiles. These presentations and resulting products help tell the story of textile production in America.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)

Technique

Gelatin silver process

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)

Dimensions

Height: 10.125 in

Width: 8.25 in

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