This is a special invitation from Diane Howes, a fellow weaver. The event is happening this coming Wednesday, and all are welcome! They still have space.
At The James House, Hampton NH
Wednesday September 26th, 2018 11am until 3pm
Come see our Collection of Early Handwoven Textiles!
Last year, with the closing of the American Textile History Museum in Lowell, the James House was the fortunate recipient of three boxes of early handwoven blankets and two boxes of early handwoven linens as well as many antique textile tools from their artifact collection.
The addition of this new collection complements the display of the James House’s period barn frame loom on which the weaving of a re-production early 19th century blanket is demonstrated to visitors.
The James House is a First Period home built in 1723 by Benjamin James. Benjamin, his son, Jabez, and grandson, Joshua, were professional weavers in this house for three generations.
Please join us for a day of examining these special textiles and equipment. This will be a hands-on experience and includes a tour of the house.
The fee for this event is a suggested donation of $15, made to The James House Association
Bring a bag lunch if desired.
Other dates are available upon request for groups of 3 or more.
Directions can be found on the museum website.
To sign up or for more information, please call or email:
603-382-2270 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the James House: http://www.jameshousemuseum.org/