Textile work by Glasgow School of Art students and staff, including examples of woven textiles, some of which are most likely to be submissions for degree shows, while others seem to be submissions for an RSA Bursary Competition. Some creators are known, others are yet to be identified.
Double-faced twill weave sample forming a pattern of vertical stripes. Woven with different types of yarn, threads and ribbons in orange, pink, yellow, light blue, brown, red, white, as well as supplementary wefts made of satin weave blue fabric ribbons.
Single-faced neatly woven fabric in shades of light gold, sand, grey and teal. Occasional mercerised light gold warp yarns give the fabric a slight lustre and twisted two colour yarn also introduced to contribute to pattern.
Single-faced loosely woven fabric in shades of dark pink (warp), grey, teal and lemon, with ribbons of pale blue, pale pink and black woolen yarn incorporated. The inclusion of thicker fabric ribbons adds texture and pattern to the fabric and a light stripe effect is created using the claret pink warp threads.