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Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-926

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-926

Box 31-926 contains 2 ponchos woven in plain weave structures of wool yarns. The pattern on each is comprised of large checkered squares. The opening has velvet facing and a sewn-on fabric company label. There is unknotted fringe on all ends. One is black, gray, and white and the other is navy, red, and white and is denoted as pattern 52.

Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-929

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-929

Box 31-929 contains 1 stole, 1 poncho and 2 sales samples of wool material. The stole is woven in a loose overshot twill weave structure of dark burgundy and pale brown to form a herringbone pattern with knotted fringe on the ends. A sewn on fabric label and a stapled cardboard product tag are attached to the stole. The poncho is woven in a plain weave structure background and overshot with black and white warp threads to form stripes of dashes. The ends are unknotted fringe. There is a stapled cardboard product tag and a sewn on fabric label. One sales sample contains six swatches of style 16681 in various color patterns noted on round paper labels adhered and stapled on each swatch. T

Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-949

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-949

Box 31-949 contains 1 shawl, 1 poncho, 1 yarn card, and 2 sales samples. The textiles in this box represent styles 17018 and 17019. The yarn card and poncho represent style 17018 in which the yarns are made of Orlon and the poncho is woven in a combination leno and basket weave structure of white yarns. The pattern number numbers are 2, 5, and 90. Style 17019 samples are woven in basket weave structures of wool yarns. The patterns are comprised of repeating multi-colored checkered squares. The squares on the shawl are oversized compared to the ones in the sales samples. The pattern numbers are 24, 27, 37, 38, 50, and 52.

Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-952

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-952

Box 31-952 contains 1 stole, 1 poncho, and 1 sales sample. The stole is in style 17126 and is simply woven in a plain weave structure of white wool yarns. The poncho and sales samples with swatches are in style 17127. They are woven in large houndstooth patterns of varying colors of wool yarns. The poncho is in pattern 66 and the swatches represent patterns 42, 51, 57, 66, and 85.

Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-974

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-974

Box 31-974 contains 1 poncho and 1 swatch of poncho fabric. The poncho is woven in a twill weave structure of wool yarns. The warp yarn colors used are brown with nub, tan, and flax and the weft yarn color is heather gray. The poncho is constructed from a large square cloth that is folded in half. The front has two panels that sit over the shoulders, arms, and chest when worn. The fabric is cut and hem down the center to form these two panels. The overall pattern is comprised of alternating twill stripes of thick to thin that create an undulating appearance. There is velvet tan facing at the neck with a fabric company label that reads, "Churchill Handwoven/dry clean only." Two ends have unkno

Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-975

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-975

Box 31-975 contains 1 poncho, or ruana. The poncho is woven in a twill weave structure of wool yarns. The warp yarn colors used are brown with nub, tan, and flax and the weft yarn color is heather gray. The poncho is constructed from a large square cloth that is folded in half. The front has two panels that sit over the shoulders, arms, and chest when worn. The fabric is cut and hem down the center to form these two panels. The overall pattern is comprised of alternating twill stripes of thick to thin that create an undulating appearance. There is velvet tan facing at the neck with a fabric company label that reads, "Churchill Handwoven/dry clean only." Two ends have unknotted fringe. The pat

Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-977

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-977

Box 31-977 contains 1 poncho, 2 stoles, 2 sales samples of stole fabric, and 1 yarn card. The style numbers represented by the textiles in this box are 17797, 17798, and 17799. The sales samples each have multiple swatches that show the varying pattern colors for the stole styles. One stole and one sales sample are in style 17797. These fabrics are woven in loose plain weave structures of wool. The pattern on each is comprised of three sets of yarns grouped together to form thick narrow lines. The pattern numbers are 11, 80, and 90. A second stole and one sales sample are in style 17798. These fabrics are woven in twill weave structures of wool yarns and feature stripes of varying widths. The

Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-980

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-980

Box 31-980 contains 1 poncho and 1 large swatch or material sample of possibly poncho fabric. The poncho is in style 17805 and is woven in a plain weave structure of wool yarns. The warp yarn colors used are navy, black, gray, brown, and sand. The weft colors are flax and sand. The poncho is constructed from a large square cloth folded in half. The front has two panels that would sit over the shoulders, arms, and chest when worn. The fabric is cut and hem down the center to form these two panels. The overall pattern is multi-colored. There is velvet flax colored facing at the neck with a fabric company label that reads, "Churchill Handwoven/Dry Clean Only." Two ends have unknotted fringe. A p

Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1000

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1000

Box 31-1000 contains 1 poncho, 2 scarves, and 1 sales sample of scarf fabric swatches. The textiles in this box represent style n umbers 18063, 18066, and 18067. One scarf in style 18063 is woven in a twill weave structures of wool, mohair, and nylon yarns. The warp and weft color is off-white. The pattern number is 70. The second scarf and the sales sample represent style 18066 and are woven in twill weave structures of wool and viscose yarns. The swatches in the sales sample represent pattern numbers 8, 17, and 35. The poncho represents style number 18067 and is woven in a basket weave structure of off-white warp and weft yarns. The poncho has a pattern with seventeen diagonal lines of thic

Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1010

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1010

Box 31-1010 contains 1 poncho or ruana and 2 yarn cards. All represent style 18184. The poncho is woven in a plain weave structure of golden warp and weft yarns in wool. Overall, the ruana is comprised of a large rectangular piece of cloth that is folded in two with a front and a back panel. The front panel, or front side, is cut with an opening that forms two panels (right side and left side panels) that would fit over the shoulders. Front opening is hemmed. The pattern is made-up of sixteen lines on the front and back sides in which the warp yarns are doubled. The front and back ends of the poncho have unknotted fringe. A yellow-orange velvet facing with a fabric label that reads, "Churchil

Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1011

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1011

Box 31-1011 contains 1 poncho or ruana woven in a plain weave stucture. Warp threads are white boucle and flax. Weft threads are white boucle and flax with a wide border of gray. Yarns are 98% wool and 2% nyon. The poncho is composed of a rectangular piece of cloth that is folded in two with a front and back panel. The front panel or front side is cut with an opening that forms two panels (right and left) that fit over the shoulders. The front opening is hemmed, The poncho is mostly white with a wide border at the bottom of gray and white with a single line of white near the top of the border. A cream velvet facing with a fabric label reading "Churchill Handwoven" is sewn on at the ne

Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1016

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1016

Box 31-1016 contains 1 poncho and 1 yarn card representing style number 18205. One poncho (also know as a ruana) is woven in a plain weave and basket weave structure of tan warp and weft yarns in cashmere wool. The poncho is comprised of a large rectangular piece of cloth folded in two with a hemmed front opening. The fabric pattern is made-up of a large square of basket weave surrounded on all sides from three basket weave stripes. At each corner of the square are nine basket weave squares separated by gathered warp and weft yarns that also define the basket weave stripes. Two ends on the ruana have knotted fringe. Tan velvet facing with a sewn-on fabric label that reads, "Churchill Handwove

Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1022

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1022

Box 31-1022 contains 1 poncho, also known as a ruana, is woven in lace weave structure of rayon and flax yarns. The color is flax. The pattern is comprised of alternating two types of lace stripes. One stripe is more open than the second. The poncho is constructed from a large square cloth folded in two with a hemmed front opening. Flax colored velvet facing is sewn-on at the neck. On that is a fabric label that reads, "Churchill Weavers/Dry Clean Only." A paper tag printed with Churchill Weavers, style number, pattern number, and material is pinned-on. The pattern number is 70.

Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1030

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1030

Box 31-1030 contains 1 stole that is woven in plain weave and double-faced twill weave structures. Style number is 18224. Materials are alpaca and wool. The warp colors are white, rust, and gray and the weft color is light gray. The pattern is comprised of a wide center stripe of gray bordered by a stripe of rust on either side. The outer border on the rust stripes is comprised of a wide panel of double faced twill with a repeated design of five reversed twill squares. The short-ends have knotted fringe. A paper tag printed with Churchill Weavers, style number, pattern number, and material is pinned-on at one corner. The pattern number is 21. A string of red yarn is tied-on at one side.

Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1024

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1024

Box 31-1024 contains 1 poncho in style 18217 and 1 scarf in style 18216. Both textiles are woven in wool yarns. The poncho, also referred to as a ruana, is woven in a basket weave structure of black, beige, and pale brown yarns. The overall pattern is made-up of large checkered squares. The pattern number is 71. The scarf is woven in a basket weave of cream warp and weft yarns in wool. The pattern number is 90.

Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1025

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1025

Box 31-1025 contains 1 poncho, also known as a ruana, is woven in a plain weave structure of mohair, synthetic, and chenille rayon yarns. The warp and the weft colors are medium blue, navy, forest green, red-violet, and purple. The pattern is comprised of repeated multi-colored checkered squares. Two ends have unknotted fringe. The poncho is constructed from a large square cloth folded in two with a hemmed front opening. Navy colored velvet facing is sewn-on at the neck. On that is a fabric label that reads, "Churchill Weavers/Dry Clean Only." A cardboard product tag with a handwritten pattern number and style number is stapled-on. The pattern number is 8 and the style number is 18218.

Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1031

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1031

Box 31-1031 contains 1 wool shawl woven in a large plain weave structure. Warp and weft threads are blue and forest green to form squares of each color and combined colors.The shawl is finished in unknotted fringe on all sides and folded on the diagonal to wrap around the shoulders. There is a cardboard product tag stapled to the fabric and a sewn on fabric label reading "Churchill Handwoven". The style number is 18225 and the pattern number is 24.

Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1032

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1032

Box 31-1032 contains 2 stoles and 1 material sample. The material sample uses yarns that are 37% mohair, 33% rayon and 30% wool woven in a twill weave structure with stripes of varying widths next to ribbons in an over/under weave. The style number is 18227 in pattern number 21. The material sample has warp threads of several colors and weft threads of beige. The edges are faced with adhered strips of muslin. The stole associated with the sample uses the same style number and yarn fibers in a loose plain weave structure. Warp threads are white and several light and pastel colors with weft threads of white. The stole is finished with long knotted fringe. The pattern number is 70. The other

Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1033

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1033

Box 31-1033 contains 1 stole, 1 poncho, 1 yarn card, and 1 sales sample of poncho fabric swatches. The poncho, yarn card, and sales sample are representatives of style 18328. The poncho and swatches are woven in plain weave structures of wool yarns and feature patterns of large checkered swatches. The pattern numbers and colors represented are 50 (blue and white) and 85 (black and white). The yarn card shows yarns for three pattern colors of this style. The stole is in style 18330 and is woven in a lace weave structure of rayon and silk yarns featuring white ribbon novelty yarns.

Image of Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1034

Churchill Weavers Collection - 2007.45.Box 31-1034

Box 31-1034 contains 1 poncho, also known as a ruana, is woven in plain weave and twill weave structures of wool yarns and nylon accent threads. The warp colors are black, white, and beige and the weft color is white. The pattern is made-up of alternating black and white wool threads and white nylon threads in the warp and two sets of seven lengthwise alternating twill stripes of black, beige, and white. Two ends have unknotted fringe. The poncho is constructed from a large square cloth folded in two with a hemmed front opening. White colored velvet facing is sewn-on at the neck. On that is a fabric label that reads, "Churchill Weavers/Dry Clean Only." A cardboard product tag with a handwritt