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Weaving Sample

Four sample weaves on card. One with sections with thick white wool weft. One ruched fabric caught with chevron stitches on blue and beige fabric. One with a geometric designed weave in peach, dark pink, teal, blue and gold. The final piece with open weave sections and bands of close woven tape in blue, grey and dark pink, with flat orange button decoration.

Cunningham, Lin

Weaving Sample

Four sample weaves on card. One in shades of blue with orange and peach threads, another predominantly orange with blue. One with bands of striped woven sections. Final sample has mustard, dark pink, green and yellow bands of colour with open weave sections with decorative semi-circular buttons in gold and black.

Cunningham, Lin

Fabric Development

Fabric development board with drawings, weaving grid, picture of a tapestry showing the inspiration, blue-green textile with orange, maroon and lilac spot design all mounted on card, entitled Hospitality Fabrics.

Wilkinson, Joanne

Embroidery

Brown, red, blue and gold coloured thread embroidered on a white cotton ground, with white wool part knitted, part caught down with thread. Red edged and mounted in white card.

Wells, Kate Hobson

Textile related to the Mackintosh Interpreted exhibition

Mackintosh's textile design: flower bulbs 1915-23 copied from watercolour in the Hunterian Collection, cat:GLAHA41999 (1 of 3).

Fabric from the Mackintosh Re-Interpreted Exhibition, Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery, 2008, with digital recreations of Mackintosh original designs and new designs by Vicky Begg, J.R.Campbell and Alan Shaw.

Centre for Advanced Textiles

Degree Show banners

Unhemmed printed cotton banner for GSA Degree Show 2001. Digital image of mouth and section of face in pink and purple. Text in black and pink. List of degree show sponsors: Campari, Beat 106 Non-stop, Gordon Yuill and Company. Also has logo of printing company, Stork Digital Print and job number.

Centre for Advanced Textiles

Degree Show banners

Unhemmed printed cotton banner for GSA Degree Show 2001. Digital image of mouth and section of face in pink and purple. Text in black and pink. List of degree show sponsors: Campari, Beat 106 Non-stop, Gordon Yuill and Company. Also has logo of printing company, Stork Digital Print and job number.

Centre for Advanced Textiles

Degree Show banners

Unhemmed printed cotton banner for GSA Degree Show 2001. Digital image of mouth and section of face in pink and purple. Text in black and pink. List of degree show sponsors: Campari, Beat 106 Non-stop, Gordon Yuill and Company. Also has logo of printing company, Stork Digital Print and job number, and the logo of Glasgow School of Art Centre for Advanced Textiles.

Centre for Advanced Textiles

Mackintosh banner

This screen printed banner with a large photo of Mackintosh depicts his signature and the Glasgow School of Art emblem reading: "There is honour in honest error none in the icy perfection of the mere stylist".

Not available / given

Printed length for degree show

This length was created (as part of NMC/1579-1581) by Isobel Stirling for her Diploma Show in 1948 and produced under the supervision of Gladys Harrison. The design was based on an exercise using cut out paper, particularly the discarded pieces of paper rather than the shapes cut out.

Smyth, Isobel

Unidentified student piece

Bedspread of heavy-weight beige fabric with rust coloured applique borders with green and cream needlework. Symmetrical geometrical design with decorative stitching and panels with zigzag and flower designs. Blue, pink, green and brown needlework. Small stain. This item was damaged in the fire in GSA's Mackintosh Building on 23rd May 2014. Textile conservation was completed in 2019.

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Bedspread

Embroidered bedspread of linen with applique. The technique, lettering and choice of inscription are typical of Jessie Newbery's work. From the wear on the stitching of the inscription it is obvious that the bedspread has been in regular use. The heart shaped applique motifs are unfaded round the edges and there is evidence that the blue silk Inscribed: "God knows and/what he knows/is well and best/ the darkness/hideth not from/him but glows/clear as the/morning or the/evening rose/of east or west".

Masque Outfit, Wig

Part of a costume used in Glasgow School of Art Masque. The wig may have been acquired separately, after the rest of the outfit, which at one point is believed to have included a cape and dagger.

McGlashan, Daisy Agnes

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