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Africa | Indigo resist dyed cotton, from the Yoruba people. Ibadan, Nigeria 1960s. || An example of adire oniko, this cloth was considered ‘cloth of the year’ in 1964 due to its popularity.

Judy Topkis | Hand Printed Fabrics

Judy Topkis, Hand Printed Fabrics

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Antique Indian velvet embroidery, Mughal, 1526-1857

AMAZING BAGH PHULKARI FRAGMENT TEXTILE circa 1900 | WOVENSOULS GALLERY OF TEXTILE ART

F.J. Hakiman.

F.J.HAKIMIAN - Antique Collection - Persian Flat Weave [#22121]

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Castelo Branco Coverlet "Tree of Life" | Portuguese 18th century

A WOVEN VEIL,TUNISIA with brilliant red and orange tie-dye flowers on an deep indigo ground, wool

Lot | Sotheby's

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silk and cotton velvet - alabahman - ikat fabric

silk and cotton velvet - alabahman - ikat fabric

Yuvati Silk Kantha Quilt

Yuvati Silk Kantha Quilt

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Kantha Quilt

Uzbek Journeys: Symbols in Stitches: Uzbek Suzanis. {'Suzani' derives from the Persian word for needle.}

Uzbek Journeys: Symbols in Stitches: Uzbek Suzanis

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Close Up by John Rumney (Article)

Textiles by Louise Bourgeois. "Supposedly she was a hoarder of textiles. She took these textiles, some of which were clothing given to her by her father that she would never wear, and repurposed them into art. Her inspiration, her mother, seen through her art in the spider, is taken even further symbolically through the textile arts in her weaves and webs." from feelincrafty.word...

Inspiration- Louise Bourgeois

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