Weaving Pattern:
Sunrise with Window Sash Table


The pattern in this color image is a variation of Sunrise and Window Sash Table. A Sunrise pattern often features a cross center. The example also shows a window sash table, a large square or rectangle motif in a pattern that is divided into equal sections. This full-sized coverlet bedcover, detail only shown here, was likely made in the decade from the 1930s to the 1940s by an unidentified weaver. The warp is a natural cotton while the weft pattern threads are in blue and red.


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