WCU - Craft Revival
Counterpane: Honey Comb pattern
Weave pattern: Original Governor’s Garden...
Allanstand Cottage Industries product display:...
Weave pattern: Doors and Windows
Weave Pattern: Double Bow Knot
Weaving the coverlets
Weaving and dyeing in western North Carolina
Weave pattern: Pine Cone Bloom
President's Blue Mountain Room at the White House
Quilt: Bird Cage design
Knotted bed canopy
Warping the chain, side view
Weave Pattern: Sunrise and Window Sash Table
White Rock Fair, textile display
Allanstand Cottage Industries salesroom interior:...
Weaving Department, Crossnore School
Allanstand Cottage Industries - about Goodrich
Craft Education Project questionnaire: The...
Woven cloth sample notebook
Allanstand Cottage Industries
Quilt: Honey Bee design
Weave pattern: Sea Star
Weave Pattern: Original Governor’s Garden
During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, mountain craftsmen formed the cornerstone of a revived interest in things handmade to create a movement known as the Craft Revival. During the Revival...
Allanstand, N.C. photograph album
Craftsman's Fair, 1949: Mr. & Mrs. William P....
Woodcarving: cat carrying kitten
Coverlets: New Threads in Old Patterns
Native American Crafts
Allanstand, North Carolina
Craft Education Project questionnaire: Olive...
Isadora Williams Weaving Notebook I
Woodworker's tool chest
Katherine Pettit Book of Vegetable Dyes
Craft Education Project questionnaire: Daniel...
Looking Through a Gap in the Great Smoky Mountains
Art Possibilities in Western North Carolina
Basket: honeysuckle, storage
Sarah Sanoma Hatchett with carding paddles and...
Story of the Penland Weavers page 41
Weave pattern: Union Draft
Irons in the Fire, p. 7
Eleventh Annual Session of the Penland School of...
Girl at loom
Margaret Whiting to Frances Goodrich: transcript,...
Spinning Wheel, Asheville, North Carolina
Southern Highland Handicraft Guild meeting, 1939,...
John C. Campbell Folk School
Southern Highland Handicraft Guild meeting, 1936,...
John C. Campbell Folk School, no. 25 (May 1941)