Sewing Rolls, Needle Rolls and Huswifs 150 Years of History and Tradition By Dawn Cook Ronningen
A stunning and diverse collection of sewing rolls, needle rolls, and huswifs dating from 1780-1900. This incredible collection, which includes one-of-a-kind textiles and rare 18th-century embroidery, was drawn from the personal collection of author Dawn Cook Ronningen as well as from private and museum collections. Explore each item's rich past and the specifics of its materials, characteristics, and intended usage. The intricate needlework on embroidered rolls is covered in a separate chapter. For all those with a love of textiles, the 235 pages of high-resolution, intricate imagery are sure to offer a visual feast.
Printed in a Union Class B Certified Minnesota print shop. This is not a pattern book.