apron; textile

Woman's rectangular-shaped woollen and synthetic (?) apron. It is in two sections and sewn together with brown (maroon) woollen thread at the selvedges. It is made of weft faced tabby weave with multi-coloured stripes (woven as bands): wider pink and black stripes and finer stripes in green, orange and blue with some discontinuous supplementary weft patterning. The sides of the apron are turned and overstitched with pink thread. The top is folded over and the corners flipped back and stitched in place. There are no ties. [Textile]

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