Medieval knitted sock - India (?) Possibly found in Fustat, Egypt Islamic 12th century
Child's Sock - cotton; Egypt, probably the city of Fustat, near Cairo (Rutt, Tissus d'Égypte);Muslim period, exact date uncertain. Possibly 11-12th C. Fatimid; or 12-13th C. Ayyubid; or 13-15th C. Mamluk (Bellinger, Rutt, Tissus d'Égypte);The Textile Museum, Washington DC; Accession number 73.700
Swimsuit, Sonia Delaunay 1928.
The original, in the Textile Museum, Washington, D.C., of natural and indigo dyed cotton, made sometime between the 11th and 13th centuries C.E. Egypt
egyptian stocking fragment
Sock; from V & A, Egypt, 1100-1300, cotton, hand knitted, worked toe to top
Estonian Folk Art Embroidery
Knitted cushion of the tomb of Malfalda de Castilla y Plantagenet alda (side 2), late 13th century
9th or 10th c. Sogdian wool tapestry woven coat (Persia / Transoxiana) Back
Tiraz, Fatimid Egypt, c. 910-1171 wooden Piece made of Tricot and Jersey Another similar piece was found in Istanbul; the writing style and ...