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For Joyce Laing Replica garment Angus MacPhee

From late 14th Century northern Italian manuscripts published in The Medieval Health Handbook: tacuinum sanitatis

From late Century northern Italian manuscripts published in The Medieval Health Handbook: tacuinum sanitatis (NY: George Braziller, (basketry supplies may be free for the yard work-think grape vine, honeysuckle, kudzu, etc.

When Gänsmarsch on Fasenachtssonntag discover tradition figures symbolizing the winter, which is to be driven out: the "pea straw bear." Young men are involved in pea straw, then placed on them on a bear's head from papier-mâché. Lashed to long ropes, they are by their drivers who are wearing top hats and tails, driven by a loud crack of the whip. Here, the Bears jump into the audience to hug some before they are driven further. In the truest sense 'is a sweaty affair'.

When Gänsmarsch on Fasenachtssonntag discover tradition figures symbolizing the winter, which is to be driven out: the "pea straw bear." Young men are involved in pea straw, then placed on them on a bear's head from papier-mâché. Lashed to long ropes, they are by their drivers who are wearing top hats and tails, driven by a loud crack of the whip. Here, the Bears jump into the audience to hug some before they are driven further. In the truest sense 'is a sweaty affair'.

Rachel Kahn | Vermont Knitter: Copper fiber collage 2014, artisan wools and silk, brooch,  3" x 2"

Corsages & Brooches – 2014 Individually designed and hand knit, one-of-a-kind artisan Fiber Collage Brooches to delight and to adorn your hats, lapels and jackets.

Are These Straw Shoes Made For Walking? : TreeHugger

Are These Straw Shoes Made For Walking?

Straw booties, they are probably warm too. They are: Unique straw shoes, glued straw onto latex, designed by French designer Tete Knecht.

Egypt 1575 - 1087 BC - linen, earthenware beads and plaited straw.

Textile fragment

V & A Musuem no 1575 BC (made) This linen fragment was found at the funerary temple of King Neb-hâpet-Râ Mentu-hetep at Deir-el-bahn during excavations in

Nalbinding Socks: Methods of Construction  Viking method for making socks, hats, mittens  Norse socks were made using an ancient technique called nálbinding (needle-binding). Using a single large, thick needle, it was a method of knotting the yarn. Although time consuming, this approach resulted in a nearly indestructible garment. If the thread were to break or wear out, the garment would still be intact, since the thread was everywhere knotted to neighboring threads.

Nalbinding Socks: Methods of Construction Viking method for making socks, hats…

Woods are tied with straw ropes. A wooden house with a steep rafter roof in Shirakawa-go.

Woods are tied with straw ropes. A wooden house with a steep rafter roof in Shirakawa-go.

Cache-sexe

Century Cache-Sexe from Mali, part of a rare group of female "modesty skirts," which are thought to have been worn low on the hips and held in place with a fiber cord

"Whittlesea Straw Bear" from the 'British Folklore Portraits' series by Henry Bourne, in collaboration with Simon Costin of the Museum of British Folklore

'Whittlesea Straw Bear' from the 'British Folklore Portraits' series by Henry Bourne, in collaboration with Simon Costin of the Museum of British Folklore

mattress made of rope and straw

rope & straw mattress bed - Picture of Sod House Museum, Gothenburg - TripAdvisor

"Fuji o glicina, es uno de los más raros y más preciado de las fibras utilizadas en el antiguo Japón"

Fiber from Vines: The Beauty of Grape and Wisteria

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