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Entrepasado Oblicuo y Entrelazado Interlinked and interlaced sprang.
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DigitaltMuseum Subject Teglefunnet fra eldre Jeralder. Møsterskjema for spranget, tegnet av Ragnhild Trætteberg. Depicted place Avbildet sted: Rogaland, Time, Tegle History Produksjon Produsent, sikker: Trætteberg, Ragnhild Annet Identifier NF.08455-041 Institution Norsk Folkemuseum
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DigitaltMuseum Subject Teglefunnet fra eldre Jeralder. Møsterskjema for spranget, tegnet av Ragnhild Trætteberg. Depicted place Avbildet sted: Rogaland, Time, Tegle History Produksjon Produsent, sikker: Trætteberg, Ragnhild Annet Identifier NF.08455-041 Institution Norsk Folkemuseum

DigitaltMuseum Subject     Teglefunnet fra eldre Jeralder. Møsterskjema for spranget, tegnet av Ragnhild Trætteberg. Depicted place     Avbildet sted: Rogaland, Time, Tegle History     Produksjon     Produsent, sikker: Trætteberg, Ragnhild     Annet Identifier     NF.08455-041 Institution     Norsk Folkemuseum
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Made in advance, "a lovely piece that looks like a dreamsicle, in cream and peach wool, with the twined patterned detail around the main sprang body of the bag."--Made for the 2008 Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival Sprang Demo
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Made in advance, "a lovely piece that looks like a dreamsicle, in cream and peach wool, with the twined patterned detail around the main sprang body of the bag."--Made for the 2008 Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival Sprang Demo
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Holes, interlaced sprang Ojales, entrepasado oblícuo
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Wool sprang fabric fragment, English (London), ca. 1450-1500. Sprang is an ancient method of constructing fabric that has a natural elasticity. Its appearance is similar to netting, but unlike netting sprang is constructed entirely from warp threads. Archaeological evidence indicates that sprang predates knitting; the two needlework forms bear a visible resemblance and serve similar functions but require different production techniques.

Fragment Date: ca. Culture: British, London Medium: Wool, sprang Dimensions: L. 14 inches x cm Classification: Textiles Credit Line: Gift of George F.

FolkCostume: Kykai, netted or sprang caps of Lithuania and crocheted descendants

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Kykai, netted or sprang caps of Lithuania and crocheted descendants

Motiv:      Håndarbeid - "sprang". Gammel type.  Historikk:      Fotografiene ble anvendt i Den Norske Husflidforenings 60 årsberetning.        Fotografiene er en del av Husflidsamlingen som ble tatt inn ved museet i 1998.      Aksesjon (Innkomst til NF.):      1998      Fotografering (Selve eksponeringsøyeblikket.):      1951      Fotograf, sikker: Den Norske Husflidsforening  Identifikasjonsnr.:      NF.25746-004  Eier:      Norsk Folkemuseum

Motiv: Håndarbeid - "sprang". Gammel type. Historikk: Fotografiene ble anvendt i Den Norske Husflidforenings 60 årsberetning. Fotografiene er en del av Husflidsamlingen som ble tatt inn ved museet i 1998. Aksesjon (Innkomst til NF.): 1998 Fotografering (Selve eksponeringsøyeblikket.): 1951 Fotograf, sikker: Den Norske Husflidsforening Identifikasjonsnr.: NF.25746-004 Eier: Norsk Folkemuseum

Spranget strømpelgg eller erme med brikkevevde kanter. Teglefunnet fra eldre jernalder. Time, Jæren, Rogaland.  Sprang stocking or sleeve with tablet-woven edge, early Iron Age, found at Tegle. Norsk Folkemuseum NF.08455-029

Leap strømpelgg or sleeve with tablet woven borders. Brick discovery from the early Iron Age. Found in Jæren, Rogaland. Stocking or sleeve worked in sprang with a tablet woven edge, Early Iron Age, Norwegian Folk Museum

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