Item TSW/1 - Weaving Sample

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TSW/1

Title

Weaving Sample

Date(s)

  • 1989-1990 (Creation)

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1 item

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Scope and content

Plain weave sample made with cotton thread in shades of cream, peach, and dark green. The design forms a pattern of vertical stripes and bands, with the solid green bands woven with a puckered effect.

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(fl c1980s-)

Biographical history

Jacqueline (or Jackie) Farrell studied Embroidered and Woven Textile Design at GSA from 1984, graduating in 1988. She worked backstage on the 1986 fashion show, as well as modelling in the 1984 show. Jacqueline won the Coats Paton Embroidery Prize and a scholarship for postgraduate study at Glasgow, in session 1987-88. She worked as a textile designer in the late 1980s and early 1990s, becoming a lecturer in Textiles at Cardonald College Glasgow in 1994. Jacqueline was appointed Head of School of Fashion and Textiles at Glasgow Clyde College in 2010. She has also published three books on crafts and embroidery with Hamlyn Books: "Needlework: Patchwork & Quilting", "Needlework: Hand & Machine Embroidery", "The Book of Waistcoats" and “The Vest Book”.

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Dimensions: 320 x 350 mm

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GB 1694 TSW/1

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GB 1694

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ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description - Second edition

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