Plain and weave-patterned cloth. Recognition, analysis and cataloguing
Course participants learn how to identify the constituent elements of woven textiles according to the methods proposed by the Centre International d’Etude des Textiles Anciens. Observation of historical samples in varying states of conservation, modern reconstructions and contemporary wovens.

November 18 to 23, 2019

course length: 40 hours | from 9 am to 4 pm

total cost: 670 €


Recognition of various fibres; use of the shaft loom.

Cataloguing criteria, the C.I.E.T.A. card.

Basic weaves and their derivatives: plain weave and taffeta, twill, satin.

Compound weaves, double-faced weaves and double cloth. Gauzes.

Fabrics with multiple warps and wefts. Plain, cut and uncut velvets.

How to enroll for Plain and weave-patterned cloth. Recognition, analysis and cataloguing

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