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Maps 6 original embroidered wall hanging Yellow by maricormaricar love the soft fringe element

Gunta Stölzl - Bauhaus Master - This needs to be a quilt in my house

Gunta Stölzl: textile design, Bauhaus Archiv, Berlin, I would really, really like to weave this.

Xuta. The weavers and craftsmen behind the range of products under Xuta are part of communities and families that have spun, woven, printed and dyed for generations.

Textile by Xuta (pronounced hoo-tah, means thread). The weavers & craftsmen behind the range of products under Xuta are part of communities and families that have spun, woven, printed & dyed for generations. Text & image via Selvedge

Gunta Stolzl , Bauhaus   Sample for a throw  1927  Cotton and wool  16x15.5 cm    Misawa Homes Bauhaus Collection, Tokyo  Inv. No. 10003

Gunta Stolzl , Bauhaus Sample for a throw 1927 Cotton and wool cm Misawa Homes Bauhaus Collection, Tokyo Inv.

Gunta Stölzl

Gunta Stölzl was a textile designer in Germany, the only female master of the Bauhaus school and a major influence in the textile style and technique of the school. Her designs and sketches are incredibly inspiring.

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Gunta Stölzl – Bauhaus Master – Design for a knotted carpet Gouache on paper Graphic Collection, Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart.

Anni Albers - Design for a jute rug, 1927

Anni Albers, Design for a jute rug, 1927 watercolor and india ink on paper × in.

Gunta Stölzl - Bauhaus Master.Black and white curtain 1924 400x120 cm Location unknown. The curtain was exhibited at a Bauhaus exhibition in 1925 Photograph: Bauhaus-Archiv, Berlin

Black and white curtain 1924 cm Location unknown. The curtain was exhibited at a Bauhaus exhibition in 1925 Photograph: Bauhaus-Archiv, Berlin

BOHEMIAN DELIGHT | PatternCurator

Developing the Silk Weaving Studio has been my professional focus for 30 years.

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