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patterns

National Museum of American History

Patterns

National Museum of the American Indian

Patterns

Smithsonian Libraries
"A followed path from the doorstep of Paul Denhoed's paper making studio ... to Booklyn where Kurt, Marshall, Mark, Shon, and Christopher worked ... Printed on letter press by BBP and AYP"--Colophon.

Issued in edition of 12.

Pages torn into various shapes and sizes. Laid into cloth-covered clamshell case.

AAPGAB copy 39088009804246 is no. 12.

patterns, cardboard

National Museum of American History

shoe patterns

National Museum of American History

Embroidery patterns

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Five squares each with a design stamped on it and each, except for component a, with net attached, ready to be worked in embroidery and cutwork stitches. Component "a" has roundels of flowers and leaves forming a border and central ornament. Component "b" has small flowers and leaves in a border and center ornament. Component "c" has a border of a large floral design and plain center. Components "d" and "e" have flowers and curving bands as border and center ornament.

Flight Patterns

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Video clip showing Flight Patterns , a data visualization animation by Aaron Koblin, in action. THIS VIDEO HAS NO SOUND. This animation was acquired by the museum in 2014. You can read more about it on the Cooper Hewitt collections website here: https://collection.cooperhewitt.org/objects/68743525/

Design Patterns

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access
Lesson in which students extend and create patterns. Through an activity creating a necklace, they consider patterns as they exist in math and their everyday lives.

Surface Patterns

Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
192291_42d3dfd1b8dec68a_sqFrederick Krieg’s colorful design for a two-part part tile pattern is depicted in a three by three grid.  The result is an alternating composition that maintains unity through repeated colors (light blue, bisque, and charcoal) and angles (hexagonal and inverted).  Krieg’s precision is all the more impressive given the medium: watercolor paint. A self-taught designer...

McCall Patterns

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Yellow paper bag with red vertical stripes; "Sew the Best" at top diagonally in blue cursive font with red shadow; "McCALL/PATTERNS" in blue centered at bottom. Design continues in side panels, with firm name in red.

Forest Patterns

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Freely drawn single leaves in random arrangement. Stems and veins in black line. Dots and lines and free forms in various patterns used for leaf surfaces, which are colored in combinations of greens, gray and white.

Nature Patterns

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Bobbin lace patterns

National Museum of American History

Birchbark Patterns 2

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.
From card: "Gift: Mateo Michel, 1927. Thin pieces of white birch bark in which open floral design have been produced by cutting the folded bark. These are more recent that the bitten designs."

Birch Bark Patterns 32

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.
From card: "Gift: Wm. Lootitt, 1928. Made by the wife of the donor. Same as catalog No. 393,365."

Birch Bark Patterns 100

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.
From card: "These were made by Mrs. John Kosis, 1927, an old woman whom it was fortunate to find was an expert at making them. They are usually made by women, by folding a thin layer of white birchbark and biting into it only with the canine teeth - (according to Cooper). They are used to decorate bark baskets, by first darkening the baskets with willow-bark dye prepared by chewing and spitting it on. Then pattern is held against the new surface and scratched through the perforations to give a light design against the darker one."

Carved Patterns (1 Pair)

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.

Pair Of Slipper-Patterns

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.

fleetwood scroll saw woodworking patterns

National Museum of American History

Sampler of randa patterns

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Mexican Otomi. Six different patterns separated by plain weave fabric.

Violin Makers Patterns

National Museum of American History

Peruvian Painted Patterns

Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
In celebration of the fourth annual New York Textile Month, members of the Textile Society of America will author Object of the Day for the month of September. A non-profit professional organization of scholars, educators, and artists in the field of textiles, TSA provides an international forum for the exchange and dissemination of information about...

Patterns of Life

National Museum of the American Indian

Various Patterns Motif

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Various designs such as key fret (ko tsunagi), fylfot (sayagata), lattice weaves, stripes, clover vines, and undulated waves are each depicted within a geometric shape.
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