Small piece of embroidered textile, most likely from an outer garment. It is made in two sections and sewn together. The cloth has been turned and stitched. The pattern is formed from embroidering the negative space of a repeating square motif, mainly in black woollen yarn, but there are also two red square motifs. It has the same pattern as the bottom band of object 29.4.61/55.
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