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    Posted 3 years ago

    alliececile
    (85 items)

    I am really, really, really hoping that my dream of finding a West Coast Salish blanket finally came true. This is a very fragile old blanket. I love it even though it is a bit stinky! What does everyone think?

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    1. noob, 3 years ago
      You have close-up pictures of the weave used in your blanket. You can compare to pictures of the twill weaving and twine weaving techniques that the Salish used...
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salish_weaving
    2. alliececile, 3 years ago
      I think this weaving is over one under one. Did the Salish use this technique sometimes? I am not a weaver. I just love old textiles. I do think this is an old trade blanket of some kind. Not sure from where? Thanks Noob for your information.
    3. alliececile, 3 years ago
      I just researched that the Salish did use over one under one weaving plus two over one under. Still no idea where this is from. I imagine it is made from goat fur. Will have to take it to an expert.

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