Petticoat  American, Colonial, mid-18th century  Massachusetts, United States  DIMENSIONS  267 x 97 cm (105 1/8 x 38 3/16 in.)  MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE  Quilted silk satin with linen plain weave lining quilted with silk thread; cotton drawstring, cotton plain weave waist band, silk plain weave pocket (added later)  CLASSIFICATION  Costumes  ACCESSION NUMBER  59.454  MFA Boston

century, America - Petticoat - Quilted silk satin with linen plain weave lining quilted with silk thread;

Petticoat  fabric: English; garment: English or American  petticoat  1770-1800  Clothing  textile: light green, loom-woven quilted satin-weave silk, light green, satin-weave silk, and light green silk tape  overall: 39in x 26in; 99.06cm x 66.04cm  HD F.495A (Historic Deerfield)  Gift of Mrs. Arthur F. Draper

garment: English or American petticoat Clothing textile: light green, loom-woven quilted satin-weave silk, light green, satin-weave silk, and light green silk tape

France, Provence  Petticoat, 1795-1820  Costume/clothing principle attire/lower body, Silk plain weave, quilted, 40 3/4 x 94 1/2 in. (103.51 x 240.03 cm)  Gift of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Grieve (M.79.237.7)  Costume and Textiles Department.

Woman’s hooded cape Provence - Roller printing on textiles - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Time for the quilted petticoats & great coats! Red satin-woven worsted petticoat, hand-quilted with silk thread, wool batting, 1758. Connecticut Historical Society. I would wear this tomorrow with tights, black boots & cropped sweater. You?

This beautifully detailed quilted petticoat made in 1758 was owned by Sarah Halsey and was a gift to the CHS from the Lyman Allyn Museum, New London.

textile: English; garment: American  petticoat  circa 1750  Clothing  textile: yellow plain weave silk (taffeta); green plain weave wool; batting  HD F.122 (Historic Deerfield)  Mrs. Helen Geier Flynt

textile: English; garment: American petticoat circa 1750 Clothing textile: yellow plain weave silk (taffeta); green plain weave wool; batting HD F.122 (Historic Deerfield) Mrs. Helen Geier Flynt

Woman's Quilted Petticoat    Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, North and Central America  Mid- 18th century    Artist/maker unknown, American    Light blue plain weave silk, unbleached wool batting, glazed medium blue plain weave wool lining, light blue silk thread quilting, light blue plain weave silk ribbon   37 x 132 inches (94 x 335.3 cm)    Currently not on view    1900-49

Woman's Quilted Petticoat, American, Mid Century, Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman& Quilted Petticoat

Quilted petticoat, ca. 1750; Winterthur, 1969.5327

Textiles (Clothing) - Petticoat (Ex-quilted petticoat) - Search the Collection - Winterthur Museum

Quilted petticoat, ca. 1770; Winterthur, 1967.1482

Detail quilted petticoat, England or North America, Green silk quilted with floral motifs and zigzag design.

Kingsbury, Rebecca  fabric: English; quilting: American (1713-1807)  petticoat  1730-1740  Clothing  textile: silk, plain weave wool, linen  overall: 38 1/2in x 40 1/2in; 97.79cm x 102.87cm  HD 2000.72.3 (Historic Deerfield)  John W. and Christiana G. P. Batdorf Fund

quilting: American petticoat Clothing textile: silk, plain weave wool, linen overall: 38 x 40 x HD (Historic Deerfield) John W. and Christiana G.

United States  Woman’s Petticoat, 18th century  Costume/clothing underwear/lower body, Linsey woolsey, wool, quilted and stuffed, 33 1/2 x 102 in. (85.1 x 259.1 cm)  Costume Council Fund (M.88.122.1)  Costume and Textiles Department.

underwear (lower body) Linsey woolsey, wool, quilted and stuffed 33 x 102 in. x cm) Costume Council Fund

Quilted petticoat, ca. 1750; Winterthur, 1969.1110

Textiles (Clothing) - Petticoat (Quilted petticoat) - Search the Collection - Winterthur Museum

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