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Petticoat c18th century Culture: probably French Medium: silk, cotton Dimensions: Length: 37 in.  Accession Number: C.I.57.45.2 For full view, see other pin.

Petticoat century Culture: probably French Medium: silk, cotton Dimensions: Length: 37 in. Accession Number: For full view, see other pin.

Detail quilted petticoat, England or North America, 1760-1780. Green silk quilted with floral motifs and zigzag design.

Detail quilted petticoat, England or North America, Green silk quilted with floral motifs and zigzag design.

Quilted petticoat, ca. 1750; Winterthur, 1969.5327

Textiles (Clothing) - Petticoat (Ex-quilted petticoat) - Search the Collection - Winterthur Museum

Petticoat    Date: 1740–60  Accession Number: 2009.300.2974

Petticoat Culture: Swedish Medium: silk, cotton Dimensions: Length at CB: 37 in. Accession Number: For full view, see other pin.

quilted silk petticoat made of wool and cotton with a floral pattern border, 1771-1780

White underskirt or petticoat. Quilted silk petticoat made of wool and cotton with a border of floral pattern. Date 1771 AD - 1780 AD, Museum of London

18th c. quilted petticoat. Soft lilac-pink silk satin, quilted to dyed pink worsted tabby with wool batting, quilted in running stitches in design of arches above undulating floral design. Augusta Auctions.

Soft lilac-pink silk satin, quilted to dyed pink worsted tabby with wool batting, quilted in running stitches in design of arches above undulating floral design, (many tears and mends, replaced waist ties) fair.

1720, Detail of an embroidered silk and linen stomacher. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA.

1720 Culture: British Medium: linen, silk Dimensions: Height: 14 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1976 Accession Number: b

Detail of an 18th century quilted silk petticoat. Using this as reference for details

Quilting similar to this 18 th century pettiskirt inspired the hand-quilted curtains in The NYC living room of Howard Slatkin. Quilting by Jean Francois Lesage

c. 1740-1770's QUILTED SILK PETTICOAT "It is light blue silk, hand-quilted with a design which includes carnations (or pinks). The quilted silk part is gathered onto a cotton waistband & the inner fabric is more coarsely woven. The waistband may be a later, Victorian alteration. It fastens with ties at the back & there is a slit in the side seam so this could be used with a separate, tie-on pocket."

c. 1740-1770's QUILTED SILK PETTICOAT "It is light blue silk, hand-quilted with a design which includes carnations (or pinks). The quilted silk part is gathered onto a cotton waistband & the inner fabric is more coarsely woven. The waistband may be a later, Victorian alteration. It fastens with ties at the back & there is a slit in the side seam so this could be used with a separate, tie-on pocket."

The hem border features undulating feathers (top of picture) surrounded by diagonal rows. The border is outlined with rows of corded trapunto. In this very old technique, the design is outlined with two or more rows of running stitches and then padded from the underside, creating a raised effect.

century hand-quilted cotton petticoat executed with 12 stitches per inch

RIHS calamanco petticoat; The catalog description says cream, possibly more of a gold. The lining is definitely lighter in color, and the thread much clearer to see. Many quilted petticoat linings are pieced and made with a striped fabric.

ca 1745 Petticoat with cream wool calimanco exterior and bottom border with trees, animals, birds, top is diamonds and leaf pattern. The waist is plain linen, lining is also linen white with dark and light blue vertical stripes.

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