CH. 7, 8, 9

CH. 7, 8, 9 - HUEC4041 HistoryofTextiles Part I, Chapters...

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HUEC 4041 History of Textiles Part I, Chapters 7-9 Knitting Netting, Knotting and Crochet Felt and Bark Cloth Jenna Tedrick Kuttruff, Ph.D. Doris & Jules Carville Professor
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Part I, Ch 7- Knitting Vertical looping – single element Looped fabric made from continuous supply of yarn Few early examples have survived Introduced into Europe from Asia or Moorish invasion of Spain in 8 th C AD After 1500 knitted liturgical gloves relatively common 1589 knitting frame invented and used in stocking manufacture
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Knitting Vertical Inter-looping Fig. 39: Plain knitting, stocking stitch Fig. 42: Plain knitting, stocking stitch, opposite face of fig. 39. Fig. 38: Plain knitting, garter stitch (the two faces are identical). Fig. 40: loosely worked construction of fig. 39. Fig. 41: loosely worked construction of fig. 42 (opposite face of fig. 40). Emery, 1980
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Knitting Knitting diagram and example English knit woolen stockings. p 48, 51 Gillow, 1999 Knit stitch Pearl stitch Rib stitch
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Openwork Knitting Dutch knitting Knitted Mexican alter cloth P 132 Norbury 1973; p 48 Gillow 1999
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Multicolored Knitting  Fragment of knitted silk jacket, late 17 th early 18 th C. Scottish Fair Isle knitted hat Harris 1992, p. 46. Gillow 1999 p 27, 53 Bolivian knit hat Back view of multicolored knitting
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Sweater knitted in Nepal in imitation of Irish Arian Island style p 50, 51 Gillow 1999 English fisherman in Aran sweater Textured Knitting
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Cross-loop knitting Resembles knitting Done with short lengths of yarn threaded through needle Loops made one after another and packed against preceding stitch Found in ancient Peru and Romano-Egyptian burials (4 th – 5 th C)
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Cross-loop knitting Harris 1992, p. 48 Child’s sock in cross-looped knitting, Egypt 2 nd century AD
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Cross-loop knitting Peruvian fabric surrounded by a border of loop stitch figures; detail of figures. D’Harcourt 1962, Plates 88 & 89.
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Cross-loop knitting Detail of mantle with hummingbird design ca. 100 BCE, Peru, Nasca Cotton, alpaca wool (below) Mantle from northern Peru with cross-looped border (right) http://www.tracymccabestewart.com/weblog/wp- content/uploads/2009/05/fringed-mantle-from-north-coast-of- peru.jpg http://www.kam.uiuc.edu/collection/americas/Burial Mantle.html
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2012 for the course HUEC 4041 taught by Professor Kuttruff during the Fall '10 term at LSU.

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