Box 31-191 contains 3 baby blankets and 1 material sample of baby blanket fabric. All samples are woven in basket weave structures of wool yarns. Each blanket has a white centerfield, a wide pink border, and an inner border of thin blue and pink accent threads that run parallel to the pink border. Two of these blankets have cuts of fabric taken out of them. The material sample is constructed from peachy pink weft and warp yarns. Cardboard product tags are stapled to the blankets A Churchill Weavers number written on one tag is 157 KBI.
Box 31-192 contains 4 material samples of baby blanket fabric. The samples are woven in pink and white wool and featuring varying point twill and broken twill weave structures. The material is wool. One sample is a large yardage piece that is done in varying combinations of undulating twill weave patterns and rose and bachelor's button variant patterns. Large sections of fabric are cut from the yardage. Three samples are much smaller and are mostly pink and white with white only sections.
Box 31-194 contains 5 baby blankets. All blankets are pink with border or plaid patterns. One blanket and an unfinished blanket are in a basket weave structure with a pink and white plaid pattern and blue and white accent threads. One blanket is in a pattern of alternating twill and basket weave blocks. One blanket is done in a basket weave structure with two parallel white border stripes that intersect at the corners. A fifth blanket is woven in a basket weave structure with thin blue and white border stripes. All samples are done in wool yarns and have a stapled cardboard product tag.
Box 31-195 contains 4 textiles: 2 baby blankets and 2 material samples of baby blanket fabric. The finished blanket is woven in a basket weave structure with a plaid pattern of alternating white, pink and white, and pink squares. A handwritten note on the cardboard product tag stapled to the fabric refers to the weft yarn as "Carron yarn." One unfinished blanket is done in a basket weave structure with white yarns and a light pink border and pink, blue, and high sheen white accent yarns that run the length of the border. One blanket sample is woven in a white basket weave with light green (possibly faded from a blue) stripes. The fourth sample, an unfinished blanket, is done in a pink basket
Box 31-196 contains 3 baby blankets and 2 material samples of baby blanket fabrics. One sample is in cloth 149, pattern KBL, and is woven in a summer and winter weave structure of pink and white yarns. The pattern name is "Baby Stuart." One sample is woven in a basket weave structure of pink and white yarns with pink twill weave border. One sample is white and green (originally light blue but faded) and features combination of twill and basket weave structures with white accent threads at the border. The two finished blankets are woven in pink and white yarns in a combination of basket and twill weaves. One is blanket is done in a "Carron" weft and the other in a "Grundy" yarn weft. Cardboar
Box 31-197 contains 7 textile samples of baby layette fabric and baby blankets. Two layette samples are woven in plain weave structures with a pink stripe, blue stripe, and white stripe pattern. The stripes have supplementary weft yarns in white, blue, and pink threads, which are mixed with high sheen white rayon threads. Three layette samples, style 900, patterns 6 and 7, are white with border stripes in yellow, purple, and green. Two samples of baby blanket yardage are woven in whig rose variants in blue and white yarns. All samples are either identified with a tied-on paper tag or stapled cardboard product tag. The material used is wool.
This box contains 5 folders of designer records, experimental records, and handwritten weaving notes for scarves, stoles, mufflers, and ascots. The experimental style numbers represented on the papers are 1D33-1E37, though many records have double, or five digit style numbers.
Box 31-200 contains 8 material samples of bag fabric and bag borders. The samples include color blanket strips as well as larger material samples and color blankets. All samples are in weave structures of Whig Rose and windflower pattern variants. Three samples are identified as warps B, C, and D and have sections woven in cloth numbers 256 and 257 that are marked by stapled cardboard product tags. The warp numbers and pattern numbers per cloth are the following: Warp B is done in cloth 256, patterns 1, 2, 3, and 4, and cloth 257, patterns 1 and 2. Warp C is done in cloth 256, pattern 6, and cloth 257, pattern 1. Warp D is done in cloth 256, pattern numbers 1-8, and cloth 257, pattern number
Box 31-199 contains 9 textile samples: 2 sales samples and 7 material samples of bag fabric. The samples are in various weave structures, including overshot and undulating twill, with patterns that include whig rose, monk's belt, rambling rose and windflower. Most samples have sewn-on muslin labels with handwritten weaving production information. Two samples are swatch book containing small swatches with pattern numbers handwritten on sticker labels. The pattern numbers present are 2, 3, 4, and 7, and the cloth number for the sales sample is cloth number 251. Each sample has cotton and wool and silk blended yarns for the warp and wool weft yarns.
Box 31-198 contains 8 material samples of bag fabric. All samples have mix 1/3 and 3/1 twill weave structures featuring block patterns in varying colors. Two samples have square and rectangular block patterns and six have the same pattern of undulating lines and blocks of varying sizes. Three color blankets have stapled cardboard product tags that mark color changes in the samples. Cloth number 250 and pattern numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 are present in this box. Dated muslin labels with handwritten weaving production information are sewn on to most fabrics. Materials are cotton and wool.
Box 31-213 contains 6 textile samples: 1 sales sample swatch book and 5 material samples of bag fabric samples. The samples vary in size, color, and pattern designs. Five swatches in cloth 122 are stapled together to form a booklet. Pattern numbers in the swatch booklet are 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 and feature stripes of varying width and colors in browns, nudes, oranges, tan, beige, blues, greens, and lavender. One swatch is done in shades of blue and white. One color blanket shows bag patterns in seven colors and rambling rose pattern variants. One green and blue sample is woven in a rambling rose pattern. One color blanket shows rose variant coverlet patterns in neutral colors, tans, browns, yell
Box 31-370 contains 9 textile samples: 2 finished purses, 1 throw, 1 placemat, and 5 material samples of linen and bag fabric. There are seven styles present in this box. The styles and numbers per style are 2036 (1 sample), 2414 (2 samples), 3102 (2 samples), 4038 (1 sample), 9040 (1 sample), and 9046 (1 sample). The handbags (one is 2036) are woven in combination basket weave and twill weave structures of cotton yarns and have multi-colored stripes and metal zipper closures. The other finished products include a couch throw (4038) woven in a twill weave structure with an alternating square pattern and one placemat (4096) done in cotton and silk yarns with side fringe. Most samples have a
Box 31-212 contains 11 bag fabric samples including one finished and one unfinished bag. The two bags and five fabric samples are woven in large overshot weave structures of Chariot Wheels. Five of the seven overshot samples, including a bag, are done in white and black yarns, one has additional colors in purple, yellow, and forest green, and the finished bag is white and navy and complete with handles and interior lining. One border sample, cloth 122, is woven in a small overshot rose variant in white, yellow, wisteria, and hunter green yarns on a plain weave ground. One sample, identified as style 2338, is woven in a plaid pattern with navy, blue, and light blue weft and warp yarns and bei
Box 31-201 contains 18 textiles: 3 purses and 15 material samples of bag fabric. Two samples are Churchill Weavers' "New Black" clutches in style 2346. Each clutch has a black interior and exterior fabric with a single flap and one has a wooden fastener accent. Included with the clutches are one silk material sample and five material samples in varying cuts of black cloth. Two material samples in black are done in cloth 17, pattern 628. Eight material samples for handbags are woven in cotton yarns, some with heavy cotton weft threads, of varying colors and patterns. Four of the eight samples have stripes, one has large accent threads, two have plaid-like checked pattern, and one sample is mos
Box 31-202 contains 5 bag fabric samples in varying weave structures, patterns, and colors. One sample is from M. Steinburg & Sons and is woven in rag rug structure of various weft yarns in patterned fabrics. The company's name is printed a large label adhered to the sample. Three samples are double woven in plain weave and rib structures with a geometric pattern of rectangles in white, white and black, and white and medium blue. One sample is a large yardage piece that is woven in cloth 252 with an overshot pattern of Xs and Os. The patterns features colors in medium blue, white, and black. The samples are woven in wool and cotton materials.
Box 31-185 contains 9 textile samples of yardage fabric. Eight of the samples are in tight weave, diamond twill pattern. The pattern is of alternating directional blocks in beige. Materials used are cotton and wool. The cloth numbers present are 146, 147, and 148. One sample is large and beige done in a basket weave alternating with diamond twill. A cardboard product tag is stapled to the fabric with "Angora yardage" handwritten on the tag.
Box 31-186 contains 11 textile material samples in contrasting plain and patterned color stripes. Ten samples are woven in a navy blue plain weave with Finnish diamond twill patterns. The pattern colors are blue, beige, pastel green, and red and they vary with each sample. One sample is brown and black done in a twill weave structure with a paper label with handwritten weaving instructions pinned to the fabric. Cardboard product tags are stapled to the fabrics. Material used is wool.
Box 31-207 contains 11 textile material samples of suiting material. The samples are woven in plain weave or basket weave structures of wool yarns and vary in size from small fabric scraps to large yardage pieces. Seven samples are tan or camel in color and three of the seven samples are yardage with paper tags or notes pinned or tied to the fabric. Three samples are reddish brown in color and one reddish brown fabric piece has a paper clipped index card. One sample is black and white and has a tied-on paper tag with handwritten weaving instructions. Round white stickers are adhered to almost all samples in this box. Cloth numbers represented by the textiles in this box are 6337, 63X20, and 6
Box 31-208 contains 125 textile samples: 11 sales sample swatch books, 83 sample cards, 7 individual swatches, and 24 material samples. All textiles are examples of wool men's suiting material. The samples are woven in plain weave structures of wool yarns and vary in size from small fabric scraps and swatches to larger samples. Eighty-three swatches are stapled to cardstock with printed weaving information such as cloth numbers, pattern numbers, width, and per yard. Stamped on each card is "Churchill Homespuns." Cloth numbers present are 6213, 6313, 6214, 6314, 6312, 6324, 6322, 6321, 6218, 6323, 6325, and 6334. Colors are gray, navy blue, tan, and dark brown. Eleven samples are dark brown
Box 31-210 contains 37 textile samples of muffler or scarf fabric. The materials are in varying colors, patterns, and cuts. Plain, basket weave, and twill weave structures are present in this box. Patterns include solid colors, stripes, and broken twill weave variants. There are four cloth numbers and one style number identified among the samples. Eleven samples in style 6187 are made from Churchill Weavers' colors Blue de Lyon and Sailor Blue with thin high sheen white accent threads. Dated muslin labels are sewn on to the fabric. Ten samples in cloths 52, 56, 186 are in a solid blue basket weave structures with weaving instructions handwritten on sewn muslin labels. The third cloth is X42 a