Guatemala --- Huipil Cloth Pattern from Guatemala --- Image by © robertharding/Corbis
Button background furniture --- Image by © Benne Ochs/fstop/Corbis
Close up of a persian rug (Tabriz) displaying the tree of life and Hafez verse --- Image by © 145/Massimo Pizzotti/Ocean/Corbis
Floral Pattern on Woven Material --- Image by © 2/Ryan McVay/Ocean/Corbis
Hawaii, USA --- Hawaii, Hawaiian tapa cloth closeup of pattern, detail --- Image by © Joe Carini/Design Pics/Corbis
French School, Lyon, 1811, embroidered satin. Musee Mobilier National, Paris, France. --- Image by © The Gallery Collection/Corbis
16 May 2012 --- Turkish carpet for sale, Turkey --- Image by © Melvyn Longhurst/Corbis
Tabriz iranian rug --- Image by © 145/Massimo Pizzotti/Ocean/Corbis
A Navajo transitional rug. 132.1 x 203cm.
An Amish pieced cotton and wool quilted coverlet. Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, circa 1925.
A pieced cotton quilted coverlet. Eastern Pennsylvania, circa 1890.
A rising star design coverlet. Probably Philadelphia. Pieced and quilted silk, 1880-1890.
An Amish bird in flight design coverlet. Midwestern. Pieced and quilted cotton, 1900-1925.
American Civil War coverlet. Pennsylvania. Pieced and quilted calico, 1860.
A pieced, appliqued and trapunto cotton quilted coverlet made for Mary Wilkins, Baltimore, dated 1846.
Out of Many, One', 'E Pluribus Unum', national motto coverlet, depicting the profiles of Presidents Lincoln and Washington. Pennsylvania. Pieced, quilted and appliqued cotton, 1910.
The Rose', a Donegal carpet designed by Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (1857-1941), manufactured by Alexander Morton & Co. circa 1899
A classic Navajo chief's wearing blanket, 19th Century. 196.9 x 137.8cm.
A late classic Navajo wearing blanket. 127 x 180.4cm.
A Navajo transitional blanket. 109.3 x 76.2cm.
A Navajo Germantown Blanket. 160 x 208cm.
A Navajo transitional wedgeweave blanket. 153.3 x 197.7cm.
A hanging of red wool facecloth applied and embroidered with a Floral ogival medallion of pale green wool. Rescht, Late 19th Century. 134cm x 190cm.
Red Navajo Rug --- Image by © George H.H. Huey/Corbis
Eyedazzler Navajo Rug by Pauline Nez --- Image by © George H.H. Huey/Corbis
20th century --- Chinle Style Rug by Irene Harvey --- Image by © George H.H. Huey/Corbis
20th century --- Two Grey Hills Style Rug by John Maralin --- Image by © George H.H. Huey/Corbis
20th century --- Storm Style Rug by Sarah Tsinnie --- Image by © George H.H. Huey/Corbis
early 4th century --- Tabriz Bookbinding Design --- Image by © Burstein Collection/CORBIS
Intarsia Panel with Colored Marble Inlays --- Image by © Araldo de Luca/Corbis
15 Aug 1996 --- Detail of a Panamanian Cuna Mola with a Spiral and Floral Pattern --- Image by © Danny Lehman/Corbis
15 Aug 1996 --- Detail of a Panamanian Cuna Mola with a Butterfly --- Image by © Danny Lehman/Corbis
16 Aug 1996 --- Detail of a Panamanian Cuna Mola with Circle and Star Pattern --- Image by © Danny Lehman/Corbis
ca. 1985 - 2000, Bukhara, Uzbekistan --- Decorative Embroidered Textiles --- Image by © Jeremy Horner/Corbis
Columbian Woven Rug --- Image by © Geoffrey Clements/Corbis
A Classic Navajo Chief's Wearing Blanket --- Image by © Christie's Images/Corbis
A Transitional Navajo Rug --- Image by © Christie's Images/Corbis
10 Mar 1995, Thimphu, Bhutan --- Original caption: This fabric represents many months of intense work and advanced weaving skills. Bands of geometric designs in red and blue are woven with variations on the diamond pattern, a design element with symbolic meaning. Bhutanese women's clothing is stitched with the stripes running horizontal; stripes run vertical on men's attire. --- Image by © Lindsay Hebberd/Corbis
Late 19th century --- A Sultanabad Carpet, Central Persia, Late 19th Century --- Image by © Christie's Images/Corbis
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