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This double sided cloth was woven for practical hardwearing bedcovers.
She did not realize that this particular bedcover was made of cotton, not linen; nor that it was actually made, not by a patriotic American woman, but by a British weaver for export to the former colonies.
Mr Everitt added: "Sometimes I've gone into a property, pulled back the bedcover and there have literally been thousands of the mites.
A homemade quilt is much more than a bedcover, it is pieces of our lives stitched together with love.
Decide what to make: a cushion, a bag, a tapestry, a bedcover.
The material excuse for the creation of the room is the marvellous wall-hangings, donated by Mrs Wrightsman, which are now kept well away from the visitor in the bed alcove; the bedcover and the inner hangings are modern, as also are the balustrade and three of the four chandeliers, copied from the fourth, which dates from about 1715.
Ceremony - Shingon tea pot pounds 25; Purity - Miyono teapots from pounds 15; Love - Glassware from pounds 3; Desire - Shimla satin quilted bedcover pounds 230, Sanwei micro-quilted cotton throw pounds 150, mohair throw pounds 70, Patnasilk bedcover pounds 230.
His materials are clean, and his compositions--like the lyrical I Am the Resolution, 2003, a field of port-colored tatters and marble-size blue, turquoise, marigold, and lemon beads sewn onto a bedcover that's been belted at the middle--are highly structured.
Samuel's non-reading became painfully evident: "An analogy is drawn between book and bedcover by editor (/photographer) Lydia Hamessley.
With its floral bedcover, lime wallpaper, white painted bed and voile curtains, this room is the perfect hideaway in which to kick off your shoes.
A second fashionable chintz bedcover design, the applique album quilt, became popular in the 1830s.
An anonymous Bahraini woman knitted a bedcover, dubbed as the "Blessing Blanket", when she underwent treatment for ovarian cancer and is now being treated for colon cancer.
Two bizarre-looking winged creatures, each just bigger than Liz's thumb, were standing on the bedcover, and these entities had a pair of human-like legs and two arms with tiny hands, but their heads looked grotesque.